Please join Zoe Zenghelis – artist and co-founding member of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture– for a roundtable conversation with architect and educator Hamed Khosravi, multidisciplinary practitioner Sarah Akigbogun, and Associate Curator, Heinz Architectural Center, Theodossis Issaias, on the occasion of the exhibition Zoe Zenghelis: Fields Fragments, Fictions.
Zenghelis will discuss her artistic process, educational methods, and tensions and potentials of collaborative work and collective authorship. A reception at the Café Carnegie at Carnegie Museum of Art will follow.
Join us for this in-person conversation in the Carnegie Museum of Art Theater, and if you can’t make it, register and you’ll receive a link to a livestream of the event the morning of the event.
The event is co-presented with Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture and coincides with the 75th Annual International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians in Pittsburgh.
About In Conversation
In Conversation is a series of engaged discussions with scholars, artists, writers, and creatives who explore different points of view and share multiple perspectives on our collections and exhibitions. Hear from a diverse lineup of guests discussing a range of topics in relation to our galleries and public art spaces.
Admission to this conversation is pay what you wish. Your donation supports our museumâs programs. Museum admission is a separate fee, should you want to visit the museum before or after the event. Purchased your timed ticket online.