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Exhibit Featuring Taubman Faculty Opens at Pratt Institute

Monday, December 10, 2018

“Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural,” an exhibition organized by Taubman College, currently is being exhibited at Pratt Manhattan Gallery. The show, which was co-curated by Associate Professor Kathy Velikov, features work from more than 40 architects, landscape architects, and artists, including Assistant Professor Ellie Abrons, Assistant Professor El Hadi Jazairy, Assistant Professor Adam Fure, Associate Professor Perry Kulper, Assistant Professor Meredith Miller, Assistant Professor Thomas Moran, and Associate Professor Geoffrey Thün. “Ambiguous Territory,” an exploration of the changing relationship between humans and the built and natural environments, runs until February 7, 2019. For more information, visit pratt.edu/the-institute/exhibitions/pratt-manhattan-gallery.

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