CCCP Thesis

Critical, Curatorial + Conceptual Practices in Architecture

Fall 2012 + Spring 2013

Adam M. Bandler, coordinator

The second year of the CCCP program is dedicated primarily to the research and writing/production of a final thesis. This can take the form of: a written thesis on a historical or theoretical topic; a portfolio of critical writings; a print-based demonstration and visualization of rigorous, original research or; it can involve the conceptualization, design and a detailed prospectus and documentation for, or when feasible the production of, an exhibition, publication, institute, major event, web-based initiative, time-based project, etc. Each student conducts his/her research independently, under the supervision of a faculty advisor, as well as participating in mid-term and final reviews each semester with feedback offered by the CCCP Director, advisors and invited critics.