August 26, 2021
Torkwase Dyson Reflects on Hyper Shapes
Torkwase Dyson is a New York–based artist whose work examines the interrelationships between spatial and racial justice. Her installation Liquid a Place: In Two Acts will inaugurate Pace’s London location in October, and next year, her work will be included in A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration at the Mississippi Museum of Art.
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Exploring the Past and Future of Bio-based Materials
METROPOLIS editors round up our most compelling coverage on healthier materials and bio-based product alternatives for the building industry.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation Helps Tell the Stories of Historic Black Churches
Mother Bethel AME in Philadelphia sits on the longest Black-owned piece of land in the country. Part of the National Trust’s $4 million in grant funding will restore the church’s iconic stained-glass windows.
How Architects and Designers are Dreaming of a Different Way
METROPOLIS’s November/December 2023 explores the critical mass of experimentation with both the materials and methods of architecture and interior design today.