This program is a part of Critical Spatial Practices St. Louis (CSPSTL), a multi-platform convening that takes on the spatial politics of the city with local and international figures in art and architecture.
A Way, Away (Listen While I Say) artists Amanda Williams and Andres L. Hernandez discuss the built environment with Water J. Hood, Professor of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning and Urban Design, University of California at Berkeley.
Join us for a reception with artists Amanda Williams and Andres L. Hernandez and learn more about the next phases of their project, as well as the related public programs.
Curious why the building across the street from the Pulitzer has been painted gold? As a part of the first phase of A Way, Away (Listen While I Say), St. Louis artists, Ilene Berman and Pacia Anderson led a discussion on the invisible processes of demolition and their effects on community. Participants left their marks on the site through a sign-making activity about the topics of place and displacement and the roles individuals, institutions, and communities play.