Final talk in Exhibit Columbus series to discuss indigenous design in the US - architecture and design

Final talk in Exhibit Columbus series to discuss indigenous design in the US

Exhibit Columbus will conclude its New Middles symposium with a live conversation broadcast on Dezeen that will explore the past and future of indigenous design. The discussion, called New Middles: Indigenous Futures and Radical Thinking, will be moderated by Dezeen columnist and Exhibit Columbus curator Mimi Zeiger. She will be joined by a panel of experts including designer Chris Cornelius, The Land Institute co-founder Wes Jackson, artist-architect Joar Nango and speculative artist and designer Ash Eliza Smith. "A long timeline is central to this conversation, which asks: what are the lessons ? past and future ? of this land and indigenous design"" said the curators. "How might alternative voices and perspectives in relations to land, agriculture and ways of making reimagine North American narratives""

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