Yale Architecture faculty to exhibit at 2020 Venice Architecture Biennale
Six faculty members from the Yale School of Architecture will exhibit their work at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale, one of the largest and most influential architecture exhibitions in the world. This year the Biennale runs from May 23 to November 29, 2020.
The theme of the exhibition, curated by Hashim Sarkis, is How will we live together? Within this rubric five topic areas gather invited contributions into focused conversations. Pier Vittorio Aureli, Charles Gwathmey Professor in Practice, and Anthony Acciavatti, Daniel Rose (1951) Visiting Assistant Professor, are exhibiting in the “Across Borders” section with their practices, Dogma and Somatic Collaborative, respectively. Joyce Hsiang ’99 YC, ’03 ARCH and Bimal Mendis ’98 YC, ’02 ARCH, co-founders of Plan B Architecture and Urbanism, will exhibit with the “As One Planet” section. Professor adjunct Joel Sanders and visiting faculty member David Gissen will present work within the “Among Diverse Beings” research station.