Exhibit Times and Location

Exhibit Opens: 2:00pm
Location: Milwaukee Art Museum

In their 1991 Tourisms: Suitcase Studies installation at the Walker Art Center, architects Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio (Diller + Scofidio) broke the boundaries between art, architecture and design with a traveling exhibition that explored the relationships between bodies, geographies, histories and technologies. Taking inspiration from this playful, yet powerful approach, the ACSA 2018 Fall Conference call for THE PORTMANTEAU (suitcase) EXHIBIT, hosted by the School of Architecture & Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM-SARUP), will feature 13 different physical designs packaged within a carry-on suitcase. The following design teams from around the world will be exhibiting their winning proposals in the Schroeder Galleria* at the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) from October 11 – November 4, 2018, with an opening reception as part of the ACSA Conference on October 11th:

Camouflage: Architectural Origins Everywhere and Nowhere
Edward Becker, Virginia Tech

GLEEcerin: Notational Models
Alberto de Salvatierra, Joshua Vermillion & Samantha Solano, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Border Game
Lindsay Harkema, Syracuse University

Pascal Hachem & Rana Haddad, American University of Beirut

#nofilter ;)
Justine Humble, California College of the Arts

Undoing the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
Dongsei Kim, New York Institute of Technology

Contra-Band: Hidden in Plain Sight
Gregory Spaw, American University of Sharjah & Lee Su Huang, University of Florida

Hedges of the World: Folio Edition
Mira Henry, Southern California Institute of Architecture

Design as Play! The Sea Level Rise Board Game
Gabriel Kaprielian, Temple University

Seeing Double: The Portmanteau Portmanteau
Joseph Altshuler & Zachary Morrison, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

A Meditation on the Portmanteau: Overnight Bags for Architecture
Greg Snyder, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Ashley Bigham & Erik Herrmann, The Ohio State University

All covered with… (Co-drawing the future city)
Antje K. Steinmuller & Christopher Fallirs, California College of the Arts

*The Schroeder Galleria is in a public space of the museum that is open during regular museum hours.