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Jennifer Newsom: Basic Process

February 25, 2021 - February 25, 2021

Online event hosted by Bard College Annandale

Jennifer Newsom is a licensed architect, artist, and principal of Dream The Combine, based in Minneapolis, MN.  Together with partner Tom Carruthers, she has produced numerous site-specific installations in the US and Canada that explore metaphor, perceptual uncertainties, and the boundary between real and illusory space.  Dream the Combine are winners of the 2018 Young Architects Program at MoMA PS1 for their installation Hide & Seek, and were recently named winners of the 2020-2021 J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize.  Dream The Combine has exhibited internationally and has been published widely, including Metropolis Magazine, Architect Magazine, Log, Architectural Record, The Architects Newspaper, and Dezeen. They are currently at work on upcoming installations in Minneapolis MN, Wilkinsburg PA, and Columbus IN.

In addition to Dream The Combine, Jennifer is Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota School of Architecture.  She is a graduate of the Yale School of Architecture.

This lecture is part of the Struggle/Rupture/Joy public lecture series and was co-hosted by EHCN, Bard College Environmental and Urban Studies, and Bard College Architecture.