Invisible Architectures is a project launched by Ada Pinkston and Kalima Young for Towson University’s Co-Lab.
a multi-year, interdisciplinary container designed to create avenues for projects and programs that re-inscribe the voices of Black, Brown, Indigenous and immigrant populations in the narrative of Towson University’s origin story. It also aims to re-visibilize the place-based strategies and cultural frictions that have contributed to Towson University’s growth and development as an anchor institution in Baltimore.
How do we reconcile the frictions?
Year 1 Place. 2021 – 2022. Critical Confabulations at Historic East Towson
Year 2 Discipline. 2022 – 2023. Invisible Architectures Conference
Year 3 Scholarship. 2023 – 2024. Invisible Architectures Festival