27 November 2013
With Atelier Bow-Wow
[College and University Workshop]
This workshop was curated in conjunction with the exhibition Casablanca Chandigarh for the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal.
Yoshiharu Tsukamoto of architecture firm Atelier Bow-Wow leads a full day workshop on exhibition design for graduate students. Through sketching and drawing, students will design their own exhibition using the objects from How architects, experts, politicians, international agencies, and citizens negotiate modern planning: Casablanca Chandigarh.
Afterwards curators from the CCA will critique the work.
Through a drawing workshop, students will design their own exhibition using the materials from the exhibition
30 students will be broken into 6 groups of 5
3 groups will be assigned to Casablanca
3 groups will be assigned to Chandigarh
Yoshiharu presents Atelier Bow-Wow’s work (Shaughnessy House)
Visit exhibition with Yoshiharu (Galleries)
Break into groups to discuss proposal and create quick sketches/ studies (Galleries)
Large scale drawings begin (Grand Salle/Petite SalleShaughnessy House)
Lunch (Founders room Shaughnessy House)
Large scale drawing continue (Grand Salle/Petite Salle Shaughnessy House)
Drawings are installed in Shaughnessy House
Critique session with Yoshiharu and exhibition curators