ع

“In a volatile world where architecture is often targeted in local and international conflicts, and in cities where political and social divides are the accepted norm, the public realm requires a radically different spatial approach - traditional modernist forms, advocating the open plan and transparency, may no longer be relevant.”

Exhibition: “Negotiating Conflict: Intransigent Architectures,” Twelve Instigations for a Becoming Middle East exhibition, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, March 2016.


Keywords: exhibitions, curatorial practice, art, contemporary, architecture, urbanism, divisions, walls, barriers, segregation, American, invasion, occupation, state, government, Baghdad, Iraq, South West Asia, Arab world, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Image: Amin Alsaden