2018 Loeb Fellow, Harvard University
Matthew Mazzotta is a public artist who works at the intersection of art, activism, architecture, design, and urban planning as well as ethnography, community building, and local government. In his public art and design-build projects he focuses on the power of the built environment to shape our relationships and experiences. His community-specific public projects integrate new forms of civic participation and social engagement into their planning processes and reveal how the spaces we travel through and live within have the potential to become distinct sites for intimate, radical, and meaningful exchanges.
This event is made possible by the generous support of the School of Architecture Advisory Council.
Free + open to the public
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