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A Summer with Teddy Cruz By Philip Auchettl
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My 2011 summer internship with Teddy Cruz
3 Months 3 Projects By Blane Hammerlund
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My work at Estudio Teddy Cruz- 3Projects 3Months
3 Months 3 Projects By Blane Hammerlund
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My work at Estudio Teddy Cruz- 3Projects 3Months
Muddy Urbanism By Kathy Waghorn, Andrew Barrie
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Muddy Urbanism is a special urban-research studio at The School of Architecture and Planning, The University of Auckland. This research proposes new interfaces between urban policy, ecological... More > systems and community participation for the regeneration of an urban river catchment in the city’s inner west. Muddy Urbanism was part of the 5th Auckland Triennial, curated by Hou Hanru. It was first presented at the Auckland Art Gallery in May, 2013. Muddy Urbanism was led by Kathy Waghorn from The University of Auckland in collaboration with Teddy Cruz, Professor of Public Culture at the University of California, San Diego and co-founder of the Center for Urban Ecologies.The book contains documentation of all projects and an interview with Teddy Cruz.< Less
Fictional Creature Propagates Reality By David Pearson
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A narrative was developed to question the presupposed definitions of public / private and nature / infrastructure. Through the relationships of characters, new values arose. Overlapping jurisdictions... More > of the site leave behind oddities: water fowl hunting, nudism, animal trapping, and pesticide laced water disposal. The site is clearly overtaken by caretakers: a game warden, water fowl hunters, farmers & laborers, marines, the EPA, CalTrans, the North County Transit District, pesticide lobbyists, and lifeguards. Potential space allows for the perpetuating complexity of the increasing numbers of jurisdictions these caretakers pose on site. A CREATURE TO ROAM; AN ARMATURE DEVICE; and A TOWER to observe, gather/distill information, experience the site, allow future jurisdictions to occupy, raise plants, research natural infrastructural means of solving big manmade infrastructural problems. Includes essays and texts on systems, scale, and infrastructure.< Less
Fictional Creature Propagates Reality By David Pearson
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A narrative was developed to question the presupposed definitions of public / private and nature / infrastructure. Through the relationships of characters, new values arose. Overlapping jurisdictions... More > of the site leave behind oddities: water fowl hunting, nudism, animal trapping, and pesticide laced water disposal. The site is clearly overtaken by caretakers: a game warden, water fowl hunters, farmers & laborers, marines, the EPA, CalTrans, the North County Transit District, pesticide lobbyists, and lifeguards. Potential space allows for the perpetuating complexity of the increasing numbers of jurisdictions these caretakers pose on site. A CREATURE TO ROAM; AN ARMATURE DEVICE; and A TOWER to observe, gather/distill information, experience the site, allow future jurisdictions to occupy, raise plants, research natural infrastructural means of solving big manmade infrastructural problems. Includes essays and texts on systems, scale, and infrastructure.< Less
trabajo By Blane Hammerlund
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trabajo is work. This work could not have been done without the guidance of Teddy Cruz. The portfolio contains 5 projects all of which were started and completed from April 2012-April 2013.
Architecture at the Scales of Geopolitics By Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss
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Architecture at the Scales of Geopolitics is a graphic novel investigating the design role of architecture vis-à-vis shifting scales of spatial politics. This publication is a result of an... More > academic seminar with Srdjan Jovanović Weiss and graduate students in architecture at the University of Pennsylvania during the Spring of 2008. The volume compiles graphic novels inspired by the work and statements of some of the selected intellectuals who dwell in between the East Coast of United States and Eastern European "coastal" territories. They include: Giorgio Agamben, Carlos Basualdo, Stefano Boeri, Jean-Francois Chevrier, Teddy Cruz, Eda Čufer, Keller Easterling, Yona Friedman, David Harvey, Jacques Herzog, Richard Holbrooke, Tony Judt, Thomas Keenan, Rem Koolhaas, Dan Perjovschi, Marjetica Potrč, Walid Raad, Bruce Schneider, Sam Weber, Eyal Weizman, Peter Lamborn Wilson, Lebbeus Woods, Želimir Žilnik and Slavoj Žižek.< Less