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ONS FAITOATION B VTTAL The seminar wdl be followed 
with lectures by workshop leaders, and additional presen¬ 
tations by invited guest criba. which will rndude 

Eileen Fitzgerald 

Energy Research Croup. Ireland 

Jacques Leenhardt 

Assoostion of Art in Nature. France 

Roy Pelletier 

architect. Canada 

Andrew Ross 

cultural critic, USA 

James Wines 

architect, USA 

and more 


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pro)ai dcofoed id draw a 'portrait' of Como, udung the ibr«p- 
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Dialogues 


Discontinuous Spacef 

Four Projects by Smith-Dflller + Hawkinson Architects 


Hu LEF Foundation, 

TV National Endowmentfat tki Arts, 

Hu No* York State Canal m the Arts, 

Hu Andy Warkal Foundation fat tki Visual Arts, lac., 
Hu Gfteawall Fandatian 


I would like to make a contribution of 

>_to Storefront My contribution is 

tax deductable to the full extent of the law, 
and the check is made payable to: 
Storefront for Art ano Apchtecture 


and individual support from Friends of Storefront 


CONTRIBUTORS (30 or more) 

Anderson A Schwartz Architects, Mercedes 
Benavides. Enc Breibart. Cornelia Carey, Victor 
Cassidy. Won-mi Choi, Sherman Clarke. Harvey 
Cohn. Jeffrey Cox, Ming Fay, Warren Freyer, 
Mary Gardner, Curtis Ginsberg Architects. Steve 
Greene. Arthur Haritos. James Horton. Teh-Ching 
Hsieh, Nancy Holt. Bnan Kaye. John Kelly, 
Johannes Knoops, Joon-suh Kim. Andrew Knox. 
Michael Kreps. Andrea Knsh. Fredehque Krupa. 
Cann Kuonl. Jean H. La Marche. Hal Laessig. 
Lucy Uppard, Lawrence Loewlnger, J. F 
McAulltfe. Jeffrey Miles. Erik Morr. Richard Ogusf, 
Oan Peterman. Judy Pinto. Mel A Logise Roman. 
Howard Rosenthal. Dean Sakamoto. Jarrett 
Suhamoko. Judith E Stem, Chip Sullivan. Kim 
Tanzer. Rebecca Williamson. Jack Yager A Lilly 
Stokker 

DONOR (50 or more) 

William Baker. Duncan Brown. Randall J. Cude, 
Delbanco Arts. Jackie Ferrara. Toma Fichter & 
Virginia Webb, Richard Gluckman. Dan Graham. 
Andrea Kahn. Sheila Kennedy. Craig Konyk & 
Matilda McOuaid, Micheal Kreps Architects. 
Armand Le Gardeur. Suzanne McClelland, Loren 
Madsen, Atyssa Melnick. James Noll. Davidson 
Norris. Shayne O'Neil. Aaron Parker. Ben Posel, 
Edgar Lee Rawlings. Maria del Rio, Robertson ♦ 
McAnulty Architects. Mark Smith. Nelson 
Spencer. John Steigerwald. Laurence Turner, 
Karen Van Lengen. Lawrence Weiner. Connie 
Wirtz. Adrienne Yost 
SUSTAINERS (100 or more) 

1100 Architects. Gustavo Barba. Jerry CakJan. 
Curtis Craven. Knstine Jones & Andrew Ginzel. 
Ken Kaplan & Deborah Foreman. Ed McGowin, 
Newsweek. Princeton Architectural Press. Max 
Protech. Lee H Skolnick Architecture. Michael 
Sorkin. Don Tapped 
SPONSORS ($250 or more) 

Gordon Gilbert. Loius Muller. Gilbert P Schafer. 
Christopher Scholz, Studio Partnership Architects. 
Susana Torre 
PATRONS ($500 or more) 

Karen Bausman. Richard Haas. Zvi Hecker. 
Steven Holl. Eytan Kaufman. Phyllis Lambert & 
Canadian Center for Architecture. Richard Plunz 
BENEFACTORS ($1.000 or more) 

David W Bermant. Rowland Miller & Eleanor 
Bingham Miller 


For Information on Feb ano Rbkttutton: 
Storewont for Art ano Aacntectual 
Tel: 212.431-5795 Fax: 212.4315755 
Reostiution ocaoune 6 May 20. 


country 


telephone 


Storefront for Art ano Architecture 
97 K£nmaa£ Street. New York. NY 10012 


Kyong Park: Founder/Diroctor 


Shinn Neshat: Co-Dirtctor 
Robert Bedner: Assctanr 
Raul Bustos: Exhibition Installation 
Barbara Glauber. Graphic Design/Reports 
Stephen Korns: Program Consultant 
David Hanawalt: Publications 
Howard F. Seligman: Treasurer 
Laura Klain: intem 
Katherine Kim: intern 
Larry Forcella: intem 

ECO-The Iwjuusatioml Forvm 

Amerigo Marras Helen Nagge 

Gianfranco Mantegna Leslie Sherr 
Bamu us j Directors 
Beatriz Colomina Elizabeth Diller 

Dennis L Dollens Alaister Gordon 

Dan Graham David Hammons 

Buff Kavelman Richard Plunz 

Lucio Pozzl 

Bcxajiu or Aonio/ts 

Kent Barwick Peter Cook 

Chris Dercon Toyo Ito 

Richard Haas Nam June Paik 

James Wines 


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May 18 m pm 

Amchtecjuke of Knowledge 

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Stanley Aronowttz socwiogm 



Four Projects by Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects 


Intervention at La Guardle Airport 

with Guy Nordenson. Ove Arup & Partners 

Altered Residence for a Neurobiologist 

Imperfect Utopia: A Park for the New World 

with Barbara Kruger, artist and Nicholas Ouennell. landscape architect. 

and Guy Nordenson. Ove Arup and Partners 

Un-Occupied Territory: An Economic Ecology 

with Barbara Kruger, artist and Nicholas Ouennell. landscape architect 

and Guy Nordenson/Ove Arup and Partners 


exhibition opens a may 
may a - june a. 1993 

CAall*ry Hours: Tuesday - Saturday t2-6 PM 
Opening Reception: Saturday May 8. 6-8 PM 



Smith-Miller ♦ Hawkinson Architects: Laurie Hawkinson. Henry Smith-Miller, Eric Cobb, Jennifer Steams. John Conaty. Charles Renfro. Jorge A.zenman. Elizabeth Alford. Yolande Oan-els, Gregore Du Pasquwr. 
Annette F.erro. Randy Goya. Knut Hansen. Eugene Harris. Lawrence Ko. Alex.s Kraft. Peter Morgan. Belen »fcneo. V.rglma Navtf. Marg. Glavov* Nothard. Maunoo V.llarreal. Kit Yan. Silva Kolbowsk,. artst/consultant. 


10012. U SA Tel: 212.431 5705 Fax: 212 431.5765 


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Dng distance air travel has become "time” travel, dis- 
nces are no longer understood as physical (miles, fur- 
ngs. or feet, but are expressed in a measureless 
>straction; time, time aloft, time zone change, etc. 

ie passenger aboard the contemporary jet airliner com 
esses distance and time in a manner similar to that of 
itellite born media. The stretching of time with 
estward travel and its compression with Eastward, 
anscends the normative sense of day. 


nee accustomed to the acceleration and de-acceleratior 

cycladic rhythms, the frequent New York - Los Angeles 

yer gains (and loses) borrowed time, expanding 24 

hours to 27 through westward travel, and compressinq 
24 to 21. 


Thus the airplane becomes a “time machine” traveling 
from (time) zone to zone. Thus the airplane becomes a 
time machine" traveling from (time) zone to zone. The 
new program for Continental Airlines links present and 
future facilities worldwide, joining diverse structures, 





(often designed by different large Arch 
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To question the limitations ot vocal 
To be brought down to earth. 

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To restructure the approach to the rr 
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strategy to alter the place. 

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'We propose a plan for this new 
North Carolina Museum of Art, 

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Museum and the Community. 

hte-mp-. to anticipate clvmo: 
wv piopo^e that the Museum 
on the idea ot non finite oniu ,