The Competitive Hypothesis: Store Front Gallery 22nd Janurary 2013-15th February
As part of the award in the think space 2012 competition my entry for the Yokohama Ferry Terminal is on display along with the other winners and award winners at the storefront gallery in New York
The exhibition is part of a wider debate on the wider political implications of the architectural competition. The entry The Above Below, and the city is displayed in full along with the original entry, and a brief biography.
The Competitive Hypothesis is an exhibition examining the politics behind the architectural competition. The exhibition, presented in partnership with Think-Space (www.think-space.org), questions the current state, purpose and value of architecture competitions.
Through four curated spaces within the gallery, The Competitive Hypothesis presents major architectural competitions produced within the past few years, objects from competitions used to gain competitive advantages, dioramas of image fragments sourced from a selection of recent urban design renderings, and short texts and self portraits of some of the unknown minds of significant competition winners (ie. interns). The Competitive Hypothesis will highlight the double meanings inherent in the 'competition': on one hand referring to the competition as a procurement mechanism for projects, on the other referring to an ethos or disposition that permeates work practice. This exhibition turns to both of these possibilities in order to continue an investigation into architecture's present condition.
Curated by Adrian Lahoud