Slavery and Global Public History Conference: Building and Design in Slave Memorials and Museums



Saturday, session 3

Design and interaction with the natural and built landscape are essential elements of memorialization. Architects and artists discuss slavery as inspiration for sculpture and building design, and the ways in which they consider the visual impact of the public experience of commemoration.
Speakers:
Pascal Berthelot, Architect, ATELIER ARCHITECTURE BMC
Rodney Leon, Founder and Principal of Rodney Leon Architects, PLLC
Sara Zewde, Designer, Gustafson Guthrie Nichol (GGN)
Moderator: Kirk Savage, Professor of History of Art & Architecture, University of Pittsburgh

December 3, 2016
Brown University

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