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A Conversation with Amanda Williams, Andres L. Hernandez, and Walter J. Hood

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A Way, Away artists Amanda Williams and Andres L. Hernandez discussed the built environment with Water J. Hood, Professor of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning and Urban Design, University of California at Berkeley. 

This program was 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. CSPSTL constellates around a series of city-wide exhibitions addressing the entanglements between (sub)urbanism, landscape, and race. Critical Spatial Practices St. Louis is the second Summer City Seminar carried out through Washington University's Divided City Initiative, a Mellon funded program linking architecture, urbanism, and the humanities. The Divided City is a collaborative effort of Washington University's Center for the Humanities and the Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts. For more details about the conference events, visit

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