Apr/01
Beth Stryker

Critical Mapping and Tactical Interventions

Beth Stryker is Co-founder of CLUSTER (Cairo Lab for Urban Studies, Training and Environmental Research) a platform for urban research, architecture, art, and design initiatives based in Downtown Cairo. CLUSTER has received critical recognition for its work, including a Curry Stone Design Prize (2017), and inclusion in the Egyptian National Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale (2016, 2018). Stryker has curated exhibitions and programs for the Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival in Cairo, Beirut Art Center, Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, the AIA/Center for Architecture in New York (where she held the position of Director of Programs), and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, among other venues. She is the Executive Director of ArteEast in New York. Stryker received her B.A from Columbia University, and her M.Arch from Princeton University.

 

THE FUNAMBULIST PODCAST Nº076 

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Part of the Spring 2019 Lecture Series: The Digital Hum of the Long, Slow Now

Beth Stryker

CLUSTER/ArteEast