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Please join us for the fall 2023 architecture lecture series

Beauty in Enormous Bleakness: The Interned Generation of Japanese American Designers.

Kelley Van Dyck Murphy is an assistant professor of architecture in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis. In the College of Architecture, she teaches design studios and seminar courses in digital fabrication and representation. She is the co-director of Van Dyck Murphy Studio, a multidisciplinary architecture and design collaborative based in St. Louis, Missouri. The practice engages in built and speculative projects at the scales of objects, installations, and environments, focusing on work that explores materiality, craft, and experiential narratives. Recently, Van Dyck Murphy studio was among the winning designers for the Alleyway Project, an international public art competition that will result in the re-envisioning of an alleyway in downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan. They are also in the process of designing and fabricating a ceramic 3D-printed masonry screen wall in downtown St. Louis. Recent work has been exhibited at the Des Lee Gallery, the Sheldon, and the Farrell Learning Center.

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