BRIDGING BOUNDARIES EXHIBITION LAUNCHES AT THE CORCORAN SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
Washington, DC | This March, we opened our first exhibition 'Bridging Boundaries - Conversations with Native America' at the Corcoran School of Arts and Design at George Washington University. The exhibit charges architecture, art, and design practitioners with the task of addressing the nation’s most divisive and pressing issues through design resilience activities, project exhibits, and visionary conversations that call into question the makeup of our built environment. It poses the question: how can design inspire social and cultural paradigm shifts by re-imagining these spaces as geographies of peaceful discourse and reconciliation? 'Bridging Boundaries' documents and exhibits works of art by those who are working overtly or subversively across a spectrum of design tactics ranging from policy and community planning to the development of alternative building typologies. It has been meaningful to share this work with students, artists, and the larger Washington, D.C. community.