Now at the Museum of Modern Art in New York city. The Uneven Growth exhibit runs until end of May 2015. Collaboration with the Network Architecture Lab, an experimental unit at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.

As part of our contribution to the exhibit, the Netlab created a new edition of the New City Reader, a project that was previously shown at the Last Newspaper exhibit at the New Museum. My contribution to the Reader was Symtactics, a physical board game embedded in the paper that simulates the dynamics of tactical urbanism and that encourages both strategic and tactical thinking.

I have written about the project in ARPA Journal, the journal of applied research practices in architecture and have lectured at Parsons, the New School of Design. I have also assisted in teaching graduate level architecture studio at GSAPP, Columbia related to the exhibition.

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 SYMTACTICS version 6.42   Tactical boardgame design for the exhibit 
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 Hong Kong mid-level drone-scape     
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 Conference, Vienna, June 10-14 2014   Conference, Vienna, June 10-14 2014 
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 Tai O gamera housing     
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 Tactical SIM card data ramen station     
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 Network Architecture Lab presentation, MOMA PS1, October 2013     
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 Presentation excerpt     
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 Valerie Portefaix of MAPOffice and Pedro Gadahno, MOMA   Presentation for workshop at the Shenzhen biennial, December 2013 
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 Exploring fish farming villages in Hong Kong     
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 Hong Kong construction near the Peak     
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 The changing notion of value in network culture   Essay, 2010 
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 The changing notion of value in network culture     
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 STEEP analysis gamification project   For studio assignments, January 2014