Postopolis! Update

A poster for Postopolis! will be coming out soon (without a red border), including the list of speakers as it now stands – and I’m unbelievably excited about this thing. I really can’t wait.
So: scattered over the course of five days, from May 29 to June 2, from 1pm-8pm everyday, at the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York City, you’ll be hearing from, among many others yet to be announced:
Lebbeus Woods, Laura Kurgan, Michael Sorkin & Mitchell Joachim, Stanley Greenberg, Joel Sanders, Susan Szenasy, DJ /rupture, Andrew Blum, Jake Barton, William Drenttel, Tom Vanderbilt, Michael Bierut, Lawrence Weschler, Robert Krulwich, Benjamin Aranda & Chris Lasch, Randi Greenberg, Allan Chochinov, Julia Solis, Ada Tolla & Giuseppe Lignano, Scott Marble, Paul Seletsky, Robert Neuwirth, Wes Janz, James Sanders, Eric Rodenbeck, Kevin Slavin, Gianluigi Ricuperati, Quilian Riano, Miss Representation, Enrique Gualberto Ramirez, George Agnew, Chad Smith, Abe Burmeister, John Hill… and a lot more to come (including unannounced guests who just happen to be in New York that week).
So it should be a blast.
Stay tuned for specific times and so on, coming soon – and if you’re anywhere near NY, please consider stopping by: it’s not an academic conference, and the more people the merrier…
Finally, the other three blogs involved in planning all this are City of Sound, Inhabitat, and Subtopia – with the indispensible help of Joseph Grima, from the Storefront for Art and Architecture.

6 thoughts on “Postopolis! Update”

  1. I’ve added a red border to the image because otherwise it looked really weird – being all text – without some sort of border to differentiate it from the rest of the blog…

    I’m not sure why I’m pointing that out – but now you know! It won’t be on the printed version.

    Hope to see some of you there.

  2. ah, of course it happens while i’m away in europe (and my birthday!) but so it goes – i hope it’s excellent and i’m sure it will be … enjoy, -L

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