Netlab Conversations on the State of the World: Pedro Gadanho
Tuesday, May 15, 2012 6:30pm
Columbia’s Network Architecture Lab (Netlab) launches the first in a series ofConversations on the State of the World with a discussion between Pedro Gadanho, curator of contemporary architecture at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, and Netlab director Kazys Varnelis.
Coming to MoMA from Lisbon, architect, curator and writer Pedro Gadanho holds a masters in Architecture from the University of Oporto, a masters in Art and Architecture from Kent Institute of Design in the UK, and a Ph.D. in Architecture and Mass Media from the University of Oporto, where he has was also a professor of Architecture. He is the editor-in-chief of Beyond, Short Stories of the Post-Contemporary and was the curator of international shows such as Space Invaders, for the British Council, London, and Pancho Guedes, An Alternative Modernist, for the Swiss Architecture Museum, Basel. He is the author of Arquitectura em Público (Dafne, 2011), and the co-organizer of the 1st International Conference on Architecture and Fiction – Once Upon a Place. He maintains a blog at Shrapnel Contemporary.