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October 24, 2007
Architecture Dialogues: Teddy Cruz 

Exploring the bilingual territory of border zones and the possibilities for habitation of such liminal spaces, architect Teddy Cruz has been building public housing on the border of southern California and Tijuana for years. His practice is committed to the architectural promise of local materials and to the creative potential inherent in hybrid global communities.

Exploring innovative practices across contemporary art and architecture, this season’s Architecture Dialogues series looks to our exhibition on R. Buckminster Fuller and explores networked communities, links between the local and the global, and architectural ecosystems.