CityVision Exhibit to display ParadoXcity Studio Venice work in Los Angeles Woodbury University

WUHO gallery features WORLDS OF CITYVISION Exhibit during March 6th – 23rd, 2014

Exhibition Opening: March 6, 2014 6-9 pm  WUHO | 6518 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028

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From March 6th to 23rd, 2014 the Woodbury Architecture University in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute in Los Angeles, will show at the WUHO Gallery the first comprehensive exhibition from the works of the independent Italian architecture lab Cityvision.
Worlds of Cityvision occupies the WUHO gallery, displaying for the first time in one venue numerous visionary urban proposals that the Cityvision lab orchestrated over the last four years. The exhibition features iconic works submitted to international competitions about the city that Cityvision sponsored for Rome, Venice, New York, and Rio de Janiero as well as new work they have produced in specific
response to the gallery context. Known for using a range of media to express intersections between architecture and the human condition, Cityvision is an innovative contemporary urban design lab based in Rome, Italy and operating around the globe. As a result of a of a journey structured around publications, lectures, conferences, and special competitions, Cityvision leads a contemporary urban design thinking towards envisioning the future of cities.

The following four proposals will be displayed in the competition room

project Ecological games without end by Jen Lynch and Sarah and Jorg Sieweke
project Terra Nova by Kurt Marsh, Julia Price and Erin  and Jorg Sieweke
project Acqua Venezia by Alexa Bush and Nicole Keroack and Jorg Sieweke
project BRICOLE-AGE_ lagoon in a bottle by Seth Denizen and Jorg Sieweke

Published by: paradoXcity

Jorg Sieweke practices as a licensed landscape architect and urban designer in Berlin. Since 2009, he directs the design-research initiative paradoXcity. In 2020 he started a position as Associate Professor to conceive and conduct a new master program in "Landscape architecture for global sustainability" at Norwegian University of Life Science (NMBU), located at the Oslo Fjord. Before he held professorships at University of Virginia and was Visiting Professor at RWTH Aachen and HCU Hamburg in Germany. In 2015 he was resident fellow at Villa Massimo - the German Academy in Rome. ParadoXcity challenges convention of practice in landscape architecture to establish its own trajectory of a landscape & urbanism. With his PhD. (2015) he interrogates the implicit knowledge production in the design process.

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