The haudenschild Garage supported the Textile Room Pavilion by P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, one of three commissioned pavilions designed for MOCA’s exhibition A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California. The Textile Room illuminates the possibilities of extreme lightweight materials in architecture, by producing a supple, quasi-rigid and cloth-like space that physically and experientially blurs the threshold between hard and soft, textile and tectonic, intimate and public.
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The Political Equator 4 is co-curated by Alejandro Meitin of Ala Plastica, Maurico Corbalan of M7Red and Teddy Cruz from UCSD’s Center for Urban Ecologies. The event will amplify local River Basins as Trans-border Laboratories to reimagine global environmental and public policy. The haudenschild Garage has enabled the first stage towards this event comprising a strategic preliminary research period, which will yield a series of Cartographies of regional interfaces between river basins, urban ecosystems and marginal communities.
Triples/Trillizos is a participatory documentary that investigates the individual imaginary of Lorenzo, Leonel, and Luis Torres Pacheco, gifted sixteen-year-old triplets. A collaborative project between haudenschild Garage, Tijuana documentarian Itzel Martínez del Cañizo, and curator Lucía Sanromán, Triples/Trillizos aims to bring deserved attention to these exceptional adolescents, while also opening up a space for alterity in the trillizos life, one that points to a growing awareness of their differences rather than their similarities.