DOUBLE EDGE Lecture Series: Kyong Park
Associate professor of public culture and urbanism at UC San Diego, and Director of the International Center for Urban Ecology, Singapore
Monday, October 29, 2007
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Perloff Hall, Room 1302
Kyong Park was the founding director, in 2005, of the Centrala Foundation for Future Cities in Rotterdam, the Netherlands; co-curator of "Europe Lost and Found," a project on the future geography of Europe; and a founding member of "Lost Highway," a mass expedition through nine cities in the western Balkans. In addition, he was the editor of "Urban Ecology: Detroit and Beyond" (2005), co-curator of "Shrinking Cities" in Berlin (2002–04), founding director of the International Center for Urban Ecology in Detroit (1999–2001), curator of the Kwangju Biennal in South Korea (1997), a Loeb Fellow at Harvard University (1996), and founder and director of the StoreFront for Art and Architecture in New York (1982–98).
Tel: (310) 267-4704
Sponsor(s): Architecture and Urban Design