The exhibit is free and open to the public Monday - Friday
10am - 5pm
October 14th - November 21.
Co-sponsored by AIA San Francisco and UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design
An exhibit about the architecture of incarceration featuring photographs by artist Richard Ross, drawings of solitary confinement cells by people currently being held inside, and rarely seen designs for execution chambers built in the US. The exhibit highlights problematic and little-known spaces within United States prisons and detention centers that house activities deemed to violate human rights.
What do these spaces have to teach us about the state of freedom in America?
Opening reception: Tuesday, October 14th from 6:00-8:00pm.
Location: Wurster Hall Gallery, Wurster Hall, College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley Campus (north of Berkeley Law)
Join us for drinks, small bites and a dialogue about the material on display with author Sara Shourd, Professor Jill Stoner, and architect John MacAllister.
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The exhibit is free and open to the public and will run Monday - Friday from 10am - 5pm through November 21.