Lecture Series: Rania Ghosn
“Geostories” presented by Rania Ghosn, Associate Professor at MIT Architecture and Founding Partner of DESIGN EARTH.
Virtual Lecture | Oct. 25, 5:15pm - 6:30pm CT
Geostories imag(in)es the geographies of climate change in a series of speculative architectural projects, each of which synthesizes different forms and scales of knowledge on environmental externalities, such as oil extraction, deep-sea mining, and space debris, to speculate on ways of living with such legacy technologies on the planet.
After her initial presentation, Ghosn will be joined by a faculty respondent for an interdisciplinary conversation about her remarks and to answer any audience questions. The faculty respondent is: Emmanuel Osorno, Architecture and Social Innovation Fellow, Tulane School of Architecture.
This lecture will be VIRTUAL. REGISTRATION for anyone outside of the TuSA community (students, faculty, staff) is required and ends on Monday, October 25 at 11:00am. All registrants will then receive a unique link to access the webinar via their email on Monday afternoon. If you are a TuSA community member, you will receive the link and password for the Zoom meeting in your email.
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