|November 16, 2004|
Sarah Oppenheimer's work investigates the feedback loop between the built environment and human behavior. Through a process of empirical observation, Oppenheimer records human navigation of architectural structure. This process results in the identification of patterns of use and the subsequent redesign of the spaces under observation. Her work has been exhibited at numerous venues including Youkobo Art Center, Tokyo (2004), the Queens Museum N.Y. (2003), the Drawing Center N.Y. (2002), and the Bronx Museum NY (2001).
Oppenheimer's lecture title will be "Lecture Hall" and she is on creating a site specific / performative presentation of the work.