M 21 March 2011 | 6:00pm | Carnegie Museum of Art Theater
Hans Vetter Memorial Lecture
GASTON NOGUES collaborates with Benjamin Ball at Ball-Nogues Studio in Los Angeles. Ball-Nogues’ work operates at the nexus of art, architecture and industrial design, focusing on the fabrication process as it relates to the built object. They are PS1 winners (Liquid Sky, 2007), exhibited in the 2008 Venice Biennale and their work is part o the permanent collection at MOMA. Recent projects include public commissions for the Los Angeles International Airport, the Indianapolis Museum of Art and projects in San Francisco, New York and Canada.
The Hot Rod and the Craftsman
Gaston Nogues in conversation with inter·punct. Nogues was born and raised in Buenos Aires, graduated from SCI-Arc, and went on to work for Gehry & Partners. In his current collaboration with Benjamin Ball, Nogues is focused on fabricating what they visualize; on process as it relates to the built object. Read the interview on the inter·punct website.
inter·punct is a journal for architecture founded by students at CMU and supported by the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture.