This week Kimberly speaks with David Gersten and Troels Steenholdt Heiredal about Arts Letters and Numbers, a non profit arts and education organization dedicated to creating new structures and spaces for creative exchange across a wide range of disciplines including: Architecture, Visual Arts, Theater Arts, Film, Music, Humanities, Sciences and Social Sciences.
David is an architect, artist, writer and internationally recognized educator based in New York City. He has been a Professor in The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union, since 1991, where he has served as the Associate Dean. David’s works include: drawings, stories, essays, films, performances and constructions. He has published extensively in national and international publications on diverse areas of research including: The spaces and structures of education and the linkages between: embodied experience, memory, perception, language and space.
Troels holds a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from The Technical University of Denmark and a Master of Arts in Architecture from The Aarhus School of Architecture. His personal work addresses issues of time, geographies, spatial production and representation.
All images courtesy of Arts Letters and Numbers
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