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Mark Wasiuta, Senior Critic
Mark Wasiuta, Architect
Mark Wasiuta is a writer, curator and architect who teaches at GSAPP Columbia University where he is Co-Director of the MS degree program Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices in Architecture. He received a B.Arch. from the University of British Columbia, and a M.Arch. from Princeton University. Over the last decade, as Director of Exhibitions at GSAPP, he has developed a body of research oriented archival exhibitions that focus on experimental practices of the postwar period. Recent exhibitions, produced with various collaborators, include, “Control Syntax Rio” at Het Nieuwe Instituut, “Environmental Communications: Contact High,” at the Chicago Architecture Biennial “La Fine Del Mondo,” at the 14th Architectural Exhibition at the Venice Biennale, as well as “Information Fall-Out: Buckminster Fuller’s World Game,” and “Les Levine: Bio-Tech Rehearsals 1967-1973” at the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery. He is co-editor and co-author of “Dan Graham’s New Jersey.” Forthcoming projects include the exhibitions, “Detox USA,” at the Istanbul Design Biennial, “Air Drifts” at the Oslo Triennial and the publications, “Documentary Remains,” “Environmental Communications: Contact High,” and “Collecting Architecture Territories.” He is partner in the design and research office the International House of Architecture and was appointed senior critic in Critical Practice at Yale School of Art in 2016.
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