Carson Chan is a writer, curator and co-founder of Current, a scholarly collective for architecture history and environment. He is pursuing a PhD in architecture at Princeton University, USA.
Art and the climate share a crucial trait – rapid change. Carson Chan explores how a theory of ‘liquid modernity’ has made new waves in art and asks: What if art institutions acted like water?
Reflections on the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale
Three new books argue for the interconnectivity of all things
What’s the future of Berlin’s architecture?
Renzo Piano’s new Whitney Museum
With the publication of his recent five-volume catalogue raisonnée, how does architect Peter Zumthor convey a lifetime’s body of work?
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