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Mark Wasiuta is a curator, architect, and writer who co-directs Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices in Architecture at Columbia University GSAPP. Over the last decade he has developed a body of research and archival exhibitions focused on under-examined postwar projects. Recent exhibitions include Environmental
Communications: Contact High, and Control Syntax Songdo, currently installed at the Seoul Architecture Biennale. Upcoming publications are The Archival Exhibition: A Decade of Research at the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery, Documentary Remains and Information Fall-Out: Buckminster Fuller’s World Game. Wasiuta is recipient of recent grants from the Asian Cultural Council, the Graham Foundation and NYSCA.

mark wasiuta


Mark Wasiuta is a curator, architect, and writer who co-directs Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices in Architecture at Columbia University GSAPP. Over the last decade he has developed a body of research and archival exhibitions focused on under-examined postwar projects. Recent exhibitions include Environmental
Communications: Contact High, and Control Syntax Songdo, currently installed at the Seoul Architecture Biennale. Upcoming publications are The Archival Exhibition: A Decade of Research at the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery, Documentary Remains and Information Fall-Out: Buckminster Fuller’s World Game. Wasiuta is recipient of recent grants from the Asian Cultural Council, the Graham Foundation and NYSCA.


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