In May for the opening of the Isa Genzken show at the Kunsthalle Wien, I gave the opening lecture, one that pulls together everything from the Lenape tribe in New York City to the Bauhaus, Mies, a ghost office park in Paris and ghosts of the city and what the city should be, not to mention skating on Wall Street at 3 am and the buildings I have crushes on. They all became a way to talk about Isa Genzken's work.
Entries in Architecture (3)
A Q&A with Turkish architecture critic Gökhan Karakuş, so incendiary that it had The Weeklings hacked for a week... from Turkey. It talks about how the roots of the protest were the few trees left in Istanbul and connects to the backroom deals of Erogan's government.