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The New Structure: Annie Han & Daniel Mihalyo present "Dark Corners/High F/Mannequins/Ugly/Downer Boxes"

Project Cityscope

Monday, June 16, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

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In an unconventional format for this artistic team, Lead Pencil Studio’s Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo will present a series of parallel theories using noise, words, images, objects and actions to describe an alternate reading of the city. Split into thematic chapters, the talk will variously address the joys of upending distinctions between architecture, art, landscape, culture and history – for pleasure and intermittent seriousness. Please join them for this unique evening of interbred ideas intended to augment reality and expand the boundaries of a post-office practice.


Sponsored in part by Works Partnership Architecture, Regional Arts and Culture Council, and Doug Fir Lounge.

This event is free, open to the public, 21+ attendees only. Doug Fir Lounge bar will be open all night!


Korean born Annie Han and US born Daniel Mihalyo have been collaborating as Seattle-based Lead Pencil Studio since 2002, working in the area of installation art and sculpture at the architectural scale. Their work ranges widely in artistic mediums, materials, scales and disciplines, but is always linked back to a pervading interest in architectural space and its influence on human behavior.


Han and Mihalyo each earned a professional degree in architecture from the University of Oregon. Their artwork and installations have been exhibited at the UT Austin Visual Art Center, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, MassArt Boston, Henry Art Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Boise Art Museum, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Temple University Gallery, Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design (BC), Exploratorium Museum, American Academy in Rome, Center on Contemporary Art, Aichi Triennial and Prague Quadrennial.


They are recipients of the Founder’s Rome Prize for Architecture, Architecture League of NY Emerging Voice and Van Alen Institute New York Prize. Past awards and residencies include the Creative Capital Foundation, Artist Trust Fellowship, Genius Award (the Stranger), City Artist Award, MacDowell Colony, Headlands Center for the Arts and Center for Land Use Interpretation.


They are currently showing a new solo exhibition at the Wing Luke Museum in Seattle.


THE NEW STRUCTURE is a series of presentations that explore architectures of the community, the urban fabric, environments, the poetic, the body, space, and the imagination. What are the ways of examining and exploring “place”? This is a series of investigation, discussion, experimentation, performance, and storytelling. It is a platform promoting the creation of new forms and definitions of placemaking and experiencing space. The New Structure invites practitioners of diverse disciplines to share their unique engagements appealing to these themes.

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When & Where

Doug Fir Lounge
830 E Burnside St.
Portland, OR 97214

Monday, June 16, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

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Project Cityscope

Project Cityscope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Portland, OR, bringing the design community and general public together for the open exchange of ideas, information and experiences via collaborations that result in events, urban interventions and public installations. Cityscope provides a forum for the inquiry, participation and awareness of new and underused ideas and opportunities towards a thoughtful urban evolution in Portland and beyond. For more information about upcoming Cityscope events please contact

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