Sunday, March 1, 2015

Big City Forum: Jen De Los Reyes & Sarah Williams



Big City Forum
Media Design Practices (MDP) Residency
in the Wind Tunnel

MDP Design Dialogues: Territories and Storylines
Curated by Leonardo Bravo

Big City Forum Wind Tunnel Residency will feature visual makers, thinkers, and activists who are creating new storylines, exploring un-chartered territories, and reshaping their practice.

Thursday, March 5, 2015, 4pm

Jen De Los Reyes
http://www.jendelosreyes.com/about/

Sarah Williams
http://womenscenterforcreativework.com/about-2/

In this presentation we will explore practices around sustainable artist-led culture that focus on place, engagement, and dialogue.

Big City Forum advocates direct engagement, appearing in person, speaking truth, taking risks–no matter how large or small. Past, present, future. It’s the doing that matters.

The Wind Tunnel
Art Center College of Design
South Campus
950 S. Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105

Big City Forum (BCF) founded by Los Angeles-based artist, educator, and activist Leonardo Bravo, is an independent, interdisciplinary project that explores the intersection between design-based creative disciplines within the context of public space, the built environment, and social change.



Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Big City Forum: Fiamma Montezemolo & Rene Peralta

Big City Forum
Media Design Practices (MDP) Residency
in the Wind Tunnel

MDP Design Dialogues: Territories and Storylines
Curated by Leonardo Bravo

Big City Forum Wind Tunnel Residency will feature visual makers, thinkers, and activists who are creating new storylines, exploring un-chartered territories, and reshaping their practice.

Thursday, February 19, 2015, 4pm

Fiamma Montezemolo
http://www.fiammamontezemolo.com/#the-3-ecologies

Rene Peralta
http://architecture.woodbury.edu/member/rene-peralta/

In this presentation Fiamma Montezemolo and Rene' Peralta re-visit a multiplicity of border practices through the lens of de Andrade classic Cannibal Manifesto. For more than10 years Tijuana has been the object of both their individual and collective inquiries, and overlapping, in particular, around its amazing and unstoppable capacity to cannibalize its Others and pretenders.

Big City Forum advocates direct engagement, appearing in person, speaking truth, taking risks–no matter how large or small. Past, present, future. It’s the doing that matters.

The Wind Tunnel
Art Center College of Design
South Campus
950 S. Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105


Big City Forum (BCF) founded by Los Angeles-based artist, educator, and activist Leonardo Bravo, is an independent, interdisciplinary project that explores the intersection between design-based creative disciplines within the context of public space, the built environment, and social change.