PhD Student Michael Kubo and others curate first exhibitions at BSA Space

IN FORM, is now on view and open to the public at the new BSA Space. The exhibition was curated and designed by Michael Kubo, Chris Grimley, and Mark Pasnik of pinkcomma gallery.

IN FORM presents a legacy of projects in Boston over the past 50 years envisioned to increase access to the city. Three themes—Legible City, New/Public and Futures—explore how design can shape our understanding of the urban realm, expand its cultural sphere and propose new possibilities for its development. Combining architecture and urban planning with the design of information, exhibitions and events, each of these built and unbuilt projects embodies a particular vision of what Boston is and what it could be.

The works displayed in the show include Sheila Kennedy and Frano Violich's Interim Bridges Project (1990-92), and the Jan Wampler-led proposal to build a megastructure that would host a Bicentennial Exposition in 1976 is also on display. The space itself was designed by Meejin Yoon and Eric Höweler of

More photos and information on the exhibition are available here:

Read Sarah Hirschman's review, Boston, This is Your Legacy: In Form at the BSA on Architizer.