Natalie Fizer holds architecture degrees from Cooper Union and Princeton University. She is an assistant professor of architecture at Parsons the New School for Design. Her work and research has explored the production of both architectural and cultural artifacts that have resulted in the curation and design of various exhibitions including: Tailoring Form: a brief look at the history of the template, exhibited at the pinkcomma Gallery, Boston, traveling also to New York City and Toronto; Artificial Memory, an exhibit surveying the history of memory devices. Natalie is the recipient of two New York State Council on the Arts grants and a New York Foundation for the Arts grant.
Emily Stevenson trained as an architect at Barnard College and London’s Architectural Association. She has worked closely as a materials consultant to artists and the trade exploring possibilities of materials beyond their industrial standard. Emily has worked at the Guggenheim Museum for eight years in the Exhibitions Department where she also acted as the materials consultant for several exhibitions notably the Armani and Brazil shows. Emily’s architectural training evolved into a focus on new material technologies resulting in her position as the first Materials Curator of the Donghia Materials Library and Study Center at Parsons. She currently works with art advisory services and has her own design practice and materials consultancy in NYC.
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