The College of Architecture is pleased to inaugurate the newly renovated Stubbins Gallery with After Curfew, an exhibition of the work of alumna Catie Newell.
Newell’s work captures spaces and material effects, focusing on the development of atmospheres through exploration of textures, volumes, and the effects of light, or lack thereof. Her practice has been widely recognized for exploring design construction and materiality in relation to location, geography, and cultural contingencies.
After Curfew will run from October 8th to November 7, 2014 in Stubbins Gallery, located in the Architecture East building
About the artist:
Newell graduated from the School of Architecture in 2003 with a B.S. in Architecture. She went on to earn a Master’s in Architecture from Rice University in 2006. That same year she won the SOM Prize for Architecture, Design, and Urban Design with her project "Weather Permitting."
Before joining the faculty at the University of Michigan as the Oberdick Fellow in 2009, where she is currently an assistant professor of Architecture, she worked at Office dA in Boston. Newell is the founding principal of *Alibi Studio in Detroit.