Performing Architecture is a one-day symposium - on Saturday, October 13, 2012 - bringing together significant theorists and practitioners in the fields of architecture and performance and inviting a broader engagement with the artistic and academic community. In parallel with the art world’s return to performance and a renewed search for architecture’s social and political relevance, this symposium seeks to move beyond disciplinary hegemony in the dissemination of architecture today.
Participants include Pedro Gadanho (MoMA), Liz Diller (DS+R), RoseLee Goldberg (Performa), Vito Acconci (Acconci Studio), Jill Stoner (UC Berkeley), Mary Ellen Carroll, Alex Schweder, and many more!
The symposium is free and open to the public.
Full information is on our website: www.princeton.edu/~perfarch