Chicago Architecture Biennial

Photo Walk: Night Cities with Iker Gil and David Schalliol

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Join architect Iker Gil and photographer David Schalliol for a look at the exhibition Nocturnal Landscapes: Urban Flows of Global Metropolises. They’ll guide you along the Riverwalk to show you how to observe cities at night from an interdisciplinary perspective. You’ll use iPhone to capture night images of the cityscape. Part of our Chicago Architecture Biennial series during November.

Iker Gil

Architect

Iker Gil is the director of MAS Studio, editor in chief of MAS Context, and executive director of the SOM Foundation. He teaches architecture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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David Schalliol

Visual Sociologist

David Schalliol is an associate professor of sociology at St. Olaf College and a partner with Scrappers Film Group. His photographs and writing have appeared in MAS Context, The New York Times, and more.

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Chicago Architecture Biennial

The Chicago Architecture Biennial features projects created by architects, designers, artists, and community groups. The biennial includes partnerships with more than 50 sites and 100 organizations.

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Celebrate the Chicago Architecture Biennial at Apple Michigan Avenue from November 3–24. Get inspired to create, discuss, and discover architecture in sessions that explore everything from buildings to public spaces to the natural world.

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