BAIA, in collaboration with SilviaGirardi Art, is pleased to host a panel discussion featuring San Francisco born architect Brett Terpeluk, who worked with Renzo Piano on the new Academy of Sciences project, and Christopher Haas, who collaborated with designers Herzog & de Meuron in creating the de Young Museum.
Join us in the beautiful setting of the terrace of the deYoung and take this opportunity to have an intimate conversation with architects, artists and designers who transform dreams into wonderful living structures and expressions of art. The discussion will revolve around how art, technology and architecture combine to create some of the most stunning spaces in the world.
(Photo by Jack Wolf)
- Brett Terpeluk, architect, local designer and construction manager for the Academy of Sciences with over a decade of collaboration with Renzo Piano
- Catharine Clark, art historian and owner of Catharine Clark Gallery in San Francisco
- Christopher Haas, architect, project manager for the de Young Museum in collaboration with Herzog and De Meuron
- Ken Goldberg, professor at UC Berkeley, director of Berkeley Center for New Media, and artist
- Marcia Tanner, independent curator, writer, artist
Questions addressed will include
- Mark Wolfe, attorney, collector, owner of Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art
What are the influences and dependencies that Art, Technology and Architecture have on each other? How has technology changed "what is possible" in the world of Art and Architecture? As technology becomes increasingly pervasive in our world, does it distract us from the meaning of art in its purest or classical sense?
Program and RSVP
6:30 PM-7:00 PM Brief discussion from De Young Tower, Academy of Sciences project
7:00 PM-7:30 PM Networking
7:30 PM-8:30 PM Panel and Q&A in the Gottardo Piazzoni Mural Room
Admission: $10 for members, $30 for non-members. Register online here.
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Thanks to the collaboration of Silvia Giradi Art
Endorsed by the Italian Cultural Institute
This event made possible by
The Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation
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