December 02, 2013

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NYC, feature stories, grad program, Fisher Center, Graham Harman

Grad program hosts NYC event on speculative realism

As part of the Syracuse Architecture graduate program’s yearlong exploration of “speculative realism,” the first in a series of public events was held on November 1 at the Fisher Center, the School’s new studio space in New York City. A workshop and lecture by Graham Harman, a founding member of “speculative realism” and Distinguished University Professor at the American University in Cairo, led a workshop during the day and presented at a lecture in the evening. Guest instructors and architecture students from Yale, Cooper Union, NJIT, and PennDesign also participated in the event.