So much cultural discourse today is overwhelmingly negative. “Problematizing” is seen as absolutely good, while offering solutions is almost always derided as bad. This is especially troubling for architecture, a discipline that is increasingly struggling to convey its positive value to the general public. Are architecture’s effects only bad? It sounds that way sometimes. However, any time we can find alternative ways to broadcast architecture, and advocate for the positive potential of design, it is a good opportunity to self-reflect on what it is we do here.
Enter Same Difference, an experimental exhibition by Syracuse-based SPORTS at Kent State College of Architecture + Environmental
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