Neri Oxman’s exhibition at SFMOMA pushes material limits amid apocalyptic visions

Visitors to Nature × Humanity: Oxman Architects at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) are promised an exhibition whose work focuses on environmental health, moving away from “centering human material wealth.” Looking to threats such as “nondegradable waste, depleted natural resources, climate change, and broken social, health, and economic systems,” the work of Neri Oxman seeks to center unwasteful, natural processes for an architectural biofuturism whose projects range from 3D-printed glass prototypes to models of Manhattan reconstructed after a catastrophic ecological disaster.


While some designs may be aesthetically pleasing, visitors critical of the labor and economic conditions that cause the ecological

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