Lebbeus Woods: Experimental Architecture
July 31, 2004 – January 16, 2005
Heinz Architectural Center
Widely considered one of the most innovative experimental architects working today, Lebbeus Woods (American, b. 1940) combines an extraordinary mastery of drawing with a penetrating analysis of architectural and urban form and social and political conditions that is nourished by his wide knowledge of fields ranging from philosophy to cybernetics. Like many architects engaged in speculation, he has produced no permanent bricks-and-mortar edifices.
[/] Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh