"Reflecting and Projecting: Twenty Years of Design Excellence" at UNLV’s Marjorie Barrick Museum is friendly scrutiny on two decades of award-winning design by Nevada architects. The landmark project used in press releases is Gensler for James Turrell Ganzfeld AKHOB, but also in the show are designs directly responding to the desert, working space, and what hasn't been built yet. Programming includes the panels ‘Printing Futures: Exploring 3D Printing’ with Jonathon Anderson on January 22; ‘Robots and Sensing Architecture’ by Joshua Vermillion on January 28; “Sketching Architecture” by Edward A. Vance on February 5; and putting it all in context is Patrick Duffy moderating “Reflecting and Projecting” on February 18. Runs through February 28. See the site for details on hours. I UNLV Barrick
OFFICIAL PITCH: This exhibition of the AIA Nevada Excellence in Design Award-winning projects from 1994 - 2014 is presented by the Las Vegas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects in collaboration with the UNLV School of Architecture, UNLV Galleries and the Marjorie Barrick Museum.
"Temple of the Artifacts" 2018
Screen printed cardboard. Sculpture representing boxes for future relics.