Taking a comprehensive approach to the exhibition context, Workshopping: An American Model of Architectural Practice, explorations of architect lead initiatives covered a broad range of collaborations that impact socioeconomics, environmentalism and community activated solutions to urban challenges.
Danielle Roney and Jeff Conefry lead the design phase with an array of digital media approaches to provide an emphasis on experiential installation. Time-based media, large-scale wall graphics and physical models were balanced within the physical space of the U.S. Pavilion to provide a dynamic overview of seven leading architectural practices from across the United States.
Workshopping: An American Model of Architectural Practice is the official U.S. representation at the 12th Venice Architecture Biennale. The exhibition has been organized by the High Museum of Art and 306090 and is presented by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State.
Venice Biennale of Architecture U.S. Pavilion 2010
Exhibition Design | Danielle Roney
Presented by: The High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Michael Rooks, High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Jonathan D. Solomon, 306090, New York, Hong Kong