Having been director of San Francisco’s 2AES/Center for Critical Architecture, New York’s Storefront for Art & Architecture, and Chicago’s Graham Foundation since 2006, Sarah Herda knows a lot about cities.
As the current co-director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, she will be in discussion with architect and 2021 CAB artistic director David Brown to discuss the citywide application of David’s biennial concept, The Available City.
The Available City proposes architecture and design as tools that can be used by architects, designers, and community residents to radically reimagine and remake cities by asking us to reconsider the impact collective space can have in cities today.
Watch the conversation here:
Inaugurated on April 1, 2020, Design in Dialogue is a series of online interviews hosted alternately by curator and historian Glenn Adamson and designer Stephen Burks. Conversations are held on Zoom every Wednesdays for 1 hour, beginning at 11am Eastern Time, including a participatory Q&A. Please join leading voices from the field — designers, makers, critics, and curators — as they discuss their work and ideas.