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March 15, 2007
Architecture Dialogues: An Te Liu 

Exploring modernist notions of the grid, urban planning, and domestic space, Toronto-based artist and architect An Te Liu works across the realms of the functional and fine art, often energizing forms by engaging their opposite. He reveals the sinister or even the whimsical within the most perfect of plans, shapes, and objects by tweaking utopian vocabularies.

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