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Folds, Blobs + Boxes: Architecture in the Digital Era

Folds, Blobs + Boxes: Architecture in the Digital Era

Part of

People

  • Foreign Office Architects (creator)
  • Foreign Office Architects (archive creator)

Title

Folds, Blobs + Boxes: Architecture in the Digital Era

Dates of creation

2001

Level of archival description

Exhibition

Extent and Medium

  • 0.01 l.m. textual records
  • 20 colour slides (35mm)

Scope and Content

File documents Folds, Blobs + Boxes: Architecture in the Digital Era, held at the Heinz Architectural Center, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, from 3 February to 27 May 2001. The exhibition was curated by Joseph Rosa. Material in this file was produced in 2001.

File contains correspondence, exhibition documentation, press reviews and slides of the installation.

Reference Number

AP171.S2.SS1.2001.D1

Location

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania United States

Credit line

Foreign Office Architects fonds
Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal;
Don de Farshid Moussavi et Alejandro Zaera-Polo/
Gift of Farshid Moussavi and Alejandro Zaera-Polo

Language of material

Documents are in English.

Inventory

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    • Reference Number: ARCH272542
    • Title: Material sent to the Foreign Office Architects from Bethany Mummert
    • Dates of creation: between February and May 2001
    • Form: textual records, photographs
    • Catalogued items within this file 0

    People:

    • Foreign Office Architects (archive creator)

    Description:

    This material was sent to the Foreign Office Architects from Bethany Mummert at the Heinz Architectural Center, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It contains a letter thanking the Foreign Office Architects for their participation in the exhibition "Folds, Blobs + Boxes: Architecture in the Digital Era", 20 coloured slides of the installation, copies of press reviews, and a printout of the layout of the exhibition.

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 textual record(s)

    Technique and media:

    Textual records; 20 slides (col. ; 35mm)

    Dimensions:

    records: 0.01 l.m.

    Physical Description:

    - This material is in a white file folder from the Carnegie Museum of Art.

    Credit line:

    Foreign Office Architects fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal;
    Don de Farshid Moussavi et Alejandro Zaera-Polo/
    Gift of Farshid Moussavi and Alejandro Zaera-Polo

    Language of material:

    - This material is in English.

    Folder Number:

    171-186-009

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