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Richard Neutra, Architect: Sketches & Drawings

Sarah Lorenzen
Sunday, May 3, 2009
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Episode Summary

The following six interviews, each approximately four minutes long, provide a series of different point of views for looking at the exhibition, Richard Neutra, Architect: Sketches and Drawings. Download and listen to all six of the interviews to hear unique perspectives on Richard Neutra as an architect and an artist.

Exhibits at the Central Library are made possible in part through a grant from The James Irvine Foundation.

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Participant(s) Bio
Sarah Lorenzen, AIA, is an architect and an assistant professor in the Architecture Department at Cal Poly Pomona, where she teaches courses in architecture, urban design, and film. Ms. Lorenzen is also resident director of the Neutra VDL House, and she is a principal at Multimedia design firm Plasmatic Concepts. Recent Plasmatic Concepts' projects include a documentary film about the Los Angeles River, a short motion graphics piece about Informal Urbanism in Mexico City, and a temporary exhibition space in Mumbai, India. Ms. Lorenzen was educated at Smith College, the Atlanta College of Art (BFA), Georgia Tech (M. Arch), and SCI-Arc (M. Arch MR+D).


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