20 June 2019
Andrés Jaque interviewed by Colin Curley in the last LA+DESIGN Journal
“Through built works, performances, and exhibitions, Andrés Jaque’s work instigates crucial debates for contemporary architecture. Recently, his research has explored dating apps and the role these technologies play in society.” Colin Curley caught up with Andrés Jaque in New York on behalf of LA+ Journal.
14th June 2019
Island House by Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation included in ‘ECO-VISIONARIOS. Arte para un planeta en emergencia’ exhibition
Island House in Laguna Grande by Andrés Jaque / Office for is one of the selected works exhibited at ‘ECO-VISIONARIOS. Arte para un planeta en emergencia’ exhibition at Matadero Madrid (14 June – 6 October, 2019. Curated by Pedro Gadanho, Mariana Pestana and Matadero Madrid Team.
23th March 2019
OFFPOLINN developing the architectural project for TBA21 Academy ‘Ocean Space’ at Campo San Lorenzo
Really happy to be working with Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary and TBA21–Academy developing the architecture of this incredible piece of the planet where artists, scientists, and citizenship at large are convened to sense the ocean, and for humans and non-humans to define together how we are ocean. Opened on Saturday, March 23rd in a first stage of transformation with a so-touching exhibition by Joan Jonas.
1st April 2019
Andrés Jaque and Jacolby Satterwhite at the legendary Dazed and Confused, discussing our installation now at show at the Whitechapel Gallery. in London.
“The climate crisis and its association with the growth of inequality, the lack of agency among state bodies and massive planetary migrations, is again posing questions around how humans engage environmentally”– Andrés Jaque
21th February 2019
Dean Amale Andraos speaks with faculty Andrés Jaque, director of GSAPP’s MSAAD program and founder of the Office for Political Innovation.
“When we look at newspapers, everything that’s on the front page has architecture in it. If we think of geopolitical tensions, environmental issues, projects like the Green New Deal, all of them are loaded with architecture and design. Immediately, it’s a discussion about housing…territory…fences…borders. It’s a discussion about architectural elements.” – Andrés Jaque