Open Oceans Project

Elisa Kim directs the Architecture + Urbanism Major at Smith College. She holds a bachelor of arts degree in energy and environmental policy from Boston University and a master of architecture from Washington University in St. Louis. Her research combines methodologies from environmental policy with architectural drawing and representation to engage a wide set of concerns about the environment, borders and boundaries. Her current oceanic mappings question the agency of the line and the illusion of the fixity of the map as an outlined artifact delineating cultural, political and social bodies from one another.

  • Section: Architecture
  • Venue: Palazzo Bembo
  • Based in: Boston, MA, USA
  • Links: Website, Instagram