Featuring the work of Berenika Boberska, Mark Ericson, Heather Peterson and Maxi Spina, "Uncertain" makes its debut at the Woodbury University School of Architecture WUHO Gallery.
Online PR News – 10-September-2013 – LOS ANGELES, CA – LOS ANGELES (September 9, 2013) – Is it research or is it art? Or both?
As they say, juxtaposition is everything – and that’s certainly the case in “Uncertain,” a new faculty/student exhibit at the Woodbury University School of Architecture’s WUHO Gallery in Hollywood, continuing through September 22.
Featuring the work of Woodbury faculty Berenika Boberska, Mark Ericson, Heather Peterson and Maxi Spina – and a talented group of graduate students
-- “Uncertain” examines the relationship between faculty research and the work of students within the Graduate Visualization curriculum at Woodbury University School of Architecture.
Work from the faculty is exhibited in parallel with student work to engender questions on the relationship between research and pedagogy. The show seeks to measure not only the effect of faculty research on student work, but also the impact of student work on the research itself, foregrounding the productive slippages and unintended consequences inherent in the pedagogical framework.
The gallery, located at 6158 Hollywood Blvd. in Los Angeles, is open on Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m., and on Fridays through Sundays from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Woodbury University School of Architecture is a network of hubs strategically sited within the Southern California megalopolis: Los Angeles, Burbank, Hollywood, and San Diego. Together, these sites form a critical infrastructure for architectural investigations. The school’s undergraduate and graduate programs in architecture and interior architecture train students as entrepreneurs, architect citizens, and cultural builders.
About Woodbury University
Founded in 1884, Woodbury University is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in Southern California. Woodbury offers bachelor's degrees from the School of Architecture, School of Business, School of Media, Culture & Design, and Institute of Transdisciplinary Studies, along with an MBA program, Master of Architecture (MArch), Master of Science in Architecture (MSArch), and Master of Organizational Leadership. A San Diego campus offers bachelor of architecture, Master of Real Estate Development for Architects (MRED), and Master of Science in Architecture, Landscape, and Urbanism degrees. Visit www.woodbury.edu for more information.
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