Brad Cloepfil: Open Satellite Lecture

Open Satellite, in partnership with Henry Art Gallery, is pleased to announce an upcoming lecture by Allied Works Architecture founder Brad Cloepfil Tomorrow, March 10, 2010, 7 PM at Kane Hall. Cloepfil’s lecture is a feature program of SUPERMODEL, a two-part exhibition featuring models of recent projects from Allied Works Architecture along with the winning results of a juried student competition from degree granting architecture programs in the Western US and Canada. SUPERMODEL is on view at Open Satellite through March 13.

In the brief span of only fifteen years, Allied Works Architecture has earned international acclaim by creating architecture with restrained conceptual rigor and complex spatial poetics that consistently compliment their art-based functions. Included in SUPERMODEL are two models from the recent competition-winning entry for the National Music Centre of Canada (currently in design) and one model from the competition-winning entry for the Clyfford Still Museum (currently under construction in Denver). For his lecture at Kane Hall, Cloepfil will speak about his practice elaborating on these projects.

National Music Centre concept from Allied Works on Vimeo.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010, 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Kane Hall, Room 120, University of Washington Campus
Advance Tickets: $10 General Admission and $7 Students and Henry Art Gallery Members. At the door: $15 General Admission and $12 Students and Henry Art Gallery Members. Tickets available at Brown Paper Tickets. Seating is first come, first served. Doors open at 6:30 PM; Lecture begins at 7 PM.

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