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2022


04.05 – 05.05Exhibition


Territories of Territory Extraction
by Drawing Agency

An exploration of the multiple vectors of forensic architectural analysis used to expose Singapore’s relationship with its supply chains.


02.28 – 03.25Exhibition


The Serlio Code
by Jean Jaminet, Gabriel Esquivel, Shane Bugni

An investigation on the drawings of Italian Mannerist architect Sebastiano Serlio through the lens of artificial intelligence.


 

09.12 – 10.12Exhibition


Two Timing Strangers   
by Tallulah Hood

An exhibition that builds and manipulates familiar domestic objects and imbues them with the voices of unidentifiable strangers.


10.21 – 11.03Exhibition




 

2021


11.05 – 12.10Exhibition
Lightweight Construction Site
by office ca

An experiment in contextualizing and representing digital tectonics—simulated particles, 3D meshes, physics engines, etc.

10.08 – 10.31Exhibition
Shade Shrines
by Angelica Lorenzi

Through the display of a series of models and drawings, the exhibition tells the story of awnings, visible but almost anonymous elements of the urban landscape.

03.08 – 09.01Lectures, Interviews, Exhibition


Lectures Interviews Exhibitions
Various Participants

An online series focused on individual work and voices within a group exhibition context.

 

2020


02.07 – 03.07Exhibition


Four Corners
ShinShin 

Titled Four Corners, the exhibition explores resolution and hybridization for a series of transformed historic homes in Detroit, Michigan


 

2019


09.06 – 10.06Exhibition


Untethered
by Anali Gharakhani

A speculative investigation in Bauhaus drawing techniques.



11.08-12.08Exhibition
Crudity
by Cody Miner

Crudity investigates a curatorial strategy that works as Taxidermy, exploring the arrangement of skins as layers with various degrees of graphical crudeness.

02.08 – 03.08 Exhibition
Two Models, Four Scales
by Medium Office

A mock-up of two projects exhibited as “2 Models, 4 Scales,” at Wedge Gallery, Woodbury University, 2019

04.05 – 05.05 Exhibition

03.08 – 04.01 Exhibition
Slump Model
by David Eskenazi

This installation is made with modeling techniques and structural logics more commonly found at a smaller scale size, and as such the model’s form collapses and deforms.
 

2018


09.14 – 10.01Exhibition





11.09 – 12.09Exhibition
Plated
by BairBalliet

The exhibition offers insight into the conceptual underpinnings that bind the office work together through a curatorial approach.

10.05 – 11.05 Exhibition




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Woodbury School of Architecture

Wedge Gallery is located on the southwest end of the Woodbury University campus. Due to the COVID-19, in person visits are by appointment only. Please email us to schedule your visit. 

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Burbank, CA 91504