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Nicholas Korody

Nicholas Korody

Los Angeles, CA, US

 

About 

Writer and visual artist living in Los Angeles. I am interested in the margins of architecture, in particular its intersections with art, politics, and ecology. Contact me! nicholas@archinect.com

Nicholas's Featured Articles on Archinect

Art + Architecture: Bruno Zhu in a Symphony of Objects, Tue, Aug 19 '14

Bruno Zhu’s work, contained in self-published books but also posted on social media sites like Tumblr and Instagram, captures accidental sculptures and fleeting moments as he wanders cities. Instead of vast landscapes, urban environments are portrayed through intimate encounters with ...

Art + Architecture: Bruno Zhu in a Symphony of Objects
 

Shitting Architecture: the dirty practice of waste removal, Wed, Aug 13 '14

In a recent episode of the Comedy Central show Broad City, protagonists Ilana and Abbi find themselves the inadvertent hosts of a hurricane party. Since the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, such impromptu events – a tradition in the American South in which people who cannot (or will not) ...

Shitting Architecture: the dirty practice of waste removal
 

Architectures of the Disaster, Wed, Jul 30 '14

45.2 million people are currently displaced by conflict and persecution, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The number accords with the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees articulation of a refugee as: an individual who has fled their country ...

Architectures of the Disaster
 

Art + Architecture: an interview with Lagos documentary filmmaker Bregtje van der Haak, Wed, Jul 16 '14

Several weeks ago, we featured Bregtje van der Haak's interactive documentary, Lagos Close and Wide: an Interactive Journey into an Exploding City, originally released as a DVD in 2004 and now available online. The project emerged from van der Haak's 2001 trip to ...

Art + Architecture: an interview with Lagos documentary filmmaker Bregtje van der Haak
 

Art + Architecture: Schumacher vs. Post-Net, Wed, Jul 9 '14

In some architecture circles, hating on Patrik Shumacher’s “parametricism” is like hating on Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”. It signals a basic shared understanding that, among many other things, artistic professions are not removed from politics, that their ...

Art + Architecture: Schumacher vs. Post-Net
 

The Trouble with a Bird’s Eye View: LA Forum's exhibition looks at Los Angeles from afar , Fri, Jun 27 '14

No single image can contain a city, particularly one as large as Los Angeles. But through the accumulation of many, it may be possible that the irreducible complexity of a city can become slightly more legible. Pairing aerial photographs by Los Angeles-based Lane Barden with a geo-mapping project ...

The Trouble with a Bird’s Eye View: LA Forum's exhibition looks at Los Angeles from afar
 

Employment 

Archinect, Editorial writer

Jun 2014 - current
 

Education 

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY, US, Bachelors, Urban Studies

Sep 2009 - May 2013
 


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