Representation Lecture Series

CAP Representation Online Lecture Series aims to present emerging architectural practices that engage in innovative and speculative modes of representation.

The names of invited guests, Dylan Krueger, Xinyu Chen, and Jonathan Levine, written across a background containing a 1990s desktop computer and CD-ROM.

Spring 2024 Schedule

Thursday, February 22
Dylan Krueger
Assistant Professor, James Madison University
1 p.m., RM 2005, CAP
Zoom Room: 981 8889 6479    

Dylan Krueger is a designer and educator. He is an Assistant Professor at James Madison University in the School of Art, Design, and Art History. Previously, Dylan served as the 2021-2023 Architecture Teacher Scholar at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, where he taught design studios and seminars.  Dylan also taught architecture at California College of the Arts and Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc). He earned a post-professional Master of Science in Design Theory and Pedagogy at SCI-Arc, a Master of Architecture from SCI-Arc, and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Temple University.

Monday, March 4
Xinyu Chen
Instructor, Syracuse University
1 p.m., Third-Floor Gallery, CAP
Zoom Room: 978 2303 1246

Xinyu is an architectural designer, artist, amateur writer, and photographer. Before coming to Syracuse University, she worked as an Assistant Instructor at Princeton University, where she helped teach design studios and history/theory courses. Aside from academia, Xinyu has practiced at renowned architectural firms including Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Stan Allen Architect, and Isozaki + HuQian Partners (Arata Isozaki & Associates). 

Thursday, March 28
Jonathan Levine
Critic, Northeastern University
1 p.m., RM 2005, CAP
Zoom Room: 922 7043 0027

Jonathan Levine is an architect working in Zurich, Switzerland. He is currently working at Sauter von Moos. His work and research focus on new forms of collective living, re-use and meanwhile occupation, and critical mapping. He has previously taught at Cornell University and worked at Luetjens Padmanabhan Architekten in Zurich, Landing Studio in Boston, and OMA in Rotterdam. Levine received his Master of Architecture with Advanced Placement at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a B.S. in Architecture from Northeastern University.

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