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Architexts: Louise Braverman, Susan Mitchell & Jill Stoner
Architects Jill Stoner and Louise Braverman and poet Susan Mitchell consider what architects and poets can gain from a mutual exploration of each other’s disciplines—ranging from the conceptual use of space to the seamless synthesis of metaphor.
Part of Form & Function: The Intersection of Poetry & Architecture, a symposium with practitioners from both disciplines in conversation, deepening our reading of literary and built landscapes.
Funded in part by the New York Council for the Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities