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Delirious LA Newsletter | November 17, 2014: Supper Studio’s Jia Gu dishes on architectural potlucks

   DELIRIOUS LA November 17, 2014 Supper Studio’s Jia Gu dishes on architectural potlucks Last Thursday was final installment of Host: Natural Histories for Los Angeles. We celebrated our final piece of World Wide Storefront programming with a Supper Studio […]



Delirious LA Newsletter | November 3rd, 2014: Between Judo and Hockey. Our 2014 OTDI Participants on Design Practice

Delirious LA Calendar November 3rd, 2014   Between Judo and Hockey. Our 2014 OTDI Participants on Design Practice The 2014 installment of Out There Doing It, the LA Forum’s annual series on emergent practice, is underway. We’ve asked two of […]



Delirious LA Newsletter | October 20th, 2014: It’s Manic. Our 2014 OTDI Participants on Design Practice

Delirious LA Calendar October 20th, 2014 It’s Manic. Our 2014 OTDI Participants on Design Practice The 2014 installment of Out There Doing It, the LA Forum’s annual series on emergent practice, is underway. We’ve asked two of the teams — […]



Delirious LA Newsletter | October 6th, 2014: Get inside the Neutra VDL House with Host: Natural Histories for Los Angeles

Delirious LA Calendar October 6th, 2014 Get inside the Neutra VDL House with Host: Natural Histories for Los Angeles This fall, curators from three Los Angeles-based organizations come together as part of World Wide Storefront, a Storefront for Art and […]



Delirious LA Newsletter | September 22nd, 2014: Beyond Environment curators explore U.S.-Italy art connections

Delirious LA Calendar September 22nd, 2014 “Beyond Environment” curators explore U.S.-Italy art connections Image courtesy of Amit Wolf and Emanuele Piccardo In Beyond Environment, on view now at LACE, curators Amit Wolf and Emanuele Piccardo explore the intersection of architecture, […]



Delirious LA Newsletter | September 8th, 2014: Claret-Cup Maps the Personal and the Local

Delirious LA Calendar September 8th, 2014   Claret-Cup Maps the Personal and the Local Image courtesy of Claret-Cup The second installment of Big City Forum’s City of Hope, City of Resistance opened at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena. […]



Delirious LA | August 25th, 204: Ball-Nogues Preps For Thursday’s On The Map: shoptalk

Delirious LA Calendar August 25th, 2014 Ball-Nogues Preps For Thursday’s On The Map: shoptalk   This week the second installment of On The Map: Shop Talk takes the LA Forum behind the scenes of Ball-Nogues Studio. The integrated design and […]



Delirious LA | August 11th, 2014: Alice Könitz on micro museums and the Los Angeles Museum of Art

Delirious LA Calendar August 11th, 2014   Alice Könitz on micro museums and the Los Angeles Museum of Art LA-based artist Alice Könitz founded the Los Angeles Museum of Art (LAMOA) in 2012. First parked on a driveway near some […]



Delirious LA | July 28th, 2014: Inside the Competing Utopias collection

Delirious LA Calendar July 28th, 2014     Utopian Favorites From Patrick Mansfield     Patrick Mansfield, collections manager at the Wende Museum and Archive of the Cold War, is one of six curatorial collaborators of Competing Utopias, on view […]



Delirious LA | July 14th, 2014

Delirious LA Calendar July 14th, 2014   Heather Flood on Punk’d     L.A.-based designer Heather Flood brings a little visual anarchy to the gallery with Punk’d. On view at SCI-Arc Gallery through August 3.   What’s the difference between […]



A Picture is Worth 500 Words

A Picture is Worth 500 Words 2330 Ripple Street, Los Angeles, CA March 15, 2014, open 6:30pm to 10pm Reading at 7:30pm For one night, a pop-up entitled ‘A Picture is Worth 500 Words’, will feature five architects/artists and six […]



Pecha Kucha: Femmes Fatales VII

Pecha Kucha: Femmes Fatales VII Thursday January 16 | 6:30 – 9:00pm A+D Architecture and Design Museum>Los Angeles 6032 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90036    Pedagogy & Practice The Association for Women in Architecture + Design, LAForum, and A+D Architecture and Design Museum>Los Angeles present a […]



Panel : Dingbat as Cultural Icon

A panel to discuss cultural and iconographic aspects of the dingbat apartment building in Los Angeles – both existing conditions as well as proposals from the LA Forum’s recently completed Dingbat 2.0 Design Competition.



Panel: Dingbat as Urban Typology

A panel discussion to consider the urban condition of the dingbat apartment building in Los Angeles – both existing conditions as well as proposals from the LA Forum’s recently completed Dingbat 2.0 Design Competition.



The Page

For this survey exhibition, thirty-three artists from a broad range of studio art practices were asked to submit one page (as they define it) from one of their own artist’s books to mount on the walls of the gallery.



ARCHITIZER Website Launch Party

Please join the LA Forum for the launch of the website ARCHITIZER, an architecture/networking site.



marcosandmarjan

marcosandmarjan is an experimental practice whose design-lead investigations focus on the applicability of new design techniques and innovative construction technologies on architecture.



Pecha Kucha #19: Global Pecha Kucha Day for Haiti

LA joins the global Pecha-Kucha webcast to support Architecture for Humanity’s Haiti relief work.



Log 17 Launch

Log 17, guest edited by Mark Foster Gage and Florencia Pita, features essays and conversations focusing on relationships between new media and materiality in architecture – with an emphasis on sensation and affect.



Field Reports 2009: Andrew Zago with Jeffrey Kipnis

The final Lecture in our Field Reports – Research & Deploy Series brings together a lecture by Andrew Zago (Zago Architecture) with a Response by Architectural Critic Jeffrey Kipnis



ars synthetica: Control and Consilience

The final of our ‘Three Lectures on Architecture After Nature’ series by John May. May is a Lecturer in the departments of Geography and Architecture at UCLA, and an Assistant Researcher at the Institute of the Environment. Michael Osman (UCLA Architecture) will provide a response following the lecture.



Field Reports 2009: Christian Moeller / Rob Ley

FIELD REPORTS 2009 – RESEARCH & DEPLOY
3rd Lecture in Series:
Christian Moeller / Rob Ley (Urbana)
Thursday, November 5, 2009
L.A.C.E (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)



The Site Automatic

The 2nd of 3 lectures by John May. May is a Lecturer in the departments of Geography and Architecture at UCLA, and an Assistant Researcher at the Institute of the Environment.



Field Reports 2009: Joshua G. Stein / Aaron Sprecher + Chandler Ahrens

FIELD REPORTS 2009 – RESEARCH & DEPLOY
2nd Lecture in Series:
Joshua G. Stein (Radical Craft) / Aaron Sprecher + Chandler Ahrens (Open Source Architecture)
10/29/2009, 7:30pm
The MAK Center for Art + Architecture



Field Reports 2009: Devyn Weiser / Heather Roberge

FIELD REPORTS 2009 – RESEARCH & DEPLOY
1st Lecture in Series:
Devyn Weiser (Testa & Weiser) / Heather Roberge (Murmur)
Thursday, October 8, 2009
The MAK Center for Art + Architecture



John May – Against Sustainability

The 1st of our lectures by John May in the series ‘Three Lectures onArchitecture After Nature’. May is a Lecturer in the departments of Geography and Architecture at UCLA, and an Assistant Researcher at the Institute of the Environment. His […]



UPDATE: Future Archeology exhibition (NEW conversation date)

JING LIU / FLORIAN IDENBURG
IN CONVERSATION WITH QINGYUN MA
Please note updated date:
OCT 17 / NOON



Future Archeology

The LA Forum proudly presents the work of SO-IL (Solid Objectives – Idenburg Liu). The exhibit Future Archeoloby charts the work of architects Jing Lui and Florian Idenburg.



Field Trips: Port of Long Beach

ACT 3: The finale of our summer series Field Trips: Backstage LA. While beyond LA’s city limits, the Port of Long Beach is the city’s gateway to the global transport infrastructure.



Field Trips: Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook

ACT 2: The 2nd of our summer series Field Trips: Backstage LA. Located at the confluence of numerous urban systems, the Baldwin Hills will set the stage for discussing and viewing its surroundings.



Field Trips: Hyperion Treatment Plant

ACT 1: The 1st of our summer series Field Trips: Backstage LA. Processing effluence is a quintessential task of infrastructure, but Hyperion recasts the role of a waste treatment plant with its recent additions of architecture and engineering.



Book Launch: Pendulum Plane, Oyler Wu Collaborative

The LA Forum is pleased to announce the publication of Pendulum Plane by Oyler Wu Collaborative. Please join Jenny Wu, Dwayne Oyler, and us for a LAUNCH PARTY and BOOK SIGNING at the LA Forum Gallery.



Wes Jones – Meet the Nelsons

An exhibit of Wes Jones’ original and processual artwork for the cartoon strip he designed and drew for the seminal ANY magazine (Architecture New York).



Tony Fretton: Across Europe

The LA Forum is pleased to host the British architect, Tony Fretton, in a special lecture.  He will show work by his practice across Europe, including museums in Denmark and Norway, an embassy in Poland, housing in the Netherlands, and […]



Lineweights: Works by Predock_Frane Architects

The LA Forum will be celebrating its inaugural exhibit – LINEWEIGHTS: Works by Precock_Frane Architects. Lineweights is the first show to bring together three of the architects’ recent filament based constructs to form one ensemble.