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Mimi Zeiger

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Mimi Zeiger is a Los Angeles-based journalist and critic. She covers art, architecture, urbanism and design for national and international publications. Zeiger is author of New Museums, Tiny Houses and Micro Green: Tiny Houses in Nature. She's lectured internationally on The Interventionist Toolkit, a series of articles on alternative urbanist practice she wrote for Places Journal.
 
Zeiger is editor and publisher of loud paper, a zine and blog dedicated to increasing the volume of architectural discourse. She is a founding member of #lgnlgn, a think tank on architecture and publishing. The group's work has been shown at Urban Design Week, the New Museum, Storefront for Art and Architecture, pinkcomma gallery, and the AA School.

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Mia Lehrer and Associates: Potential Habitat Expansion
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What Can the Dry Silver Lake Reservoir Teach Us About the Future Ecology of Los Angeles?

When will the Silver Lake Reservoir be refilled? This open question is a chance to rethink how the dry infrastructure can be seen as a resource for the city and as a model for other sites around the Los Angeles area.
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Peter Shire: Teapots, Public Art, and a Life in Design

A new exhibition at L.A.'s A + D Museum surveys three decades of architectural work by Peter Shire.
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Past to Present: Unforgetting L.A. Uses Wikipedia as an Activist Art Platform

Unforgetting L.A. is an an edit-a-thon that builds Wikipedia articles for artists, curators, and galleries of the past 30 years.
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Blurry Boundaries: New Architecture Exhibitions Survey Cross-Disciplinary Practices

Three exhibitions on view right now across the southland celebrate experimental design, while making it accessible to a broad audience.
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Natural Habitat: Moshe Safdie's 'Global Citizen'

The Skirball's "Global Citizen: The Architecture of Moshe Safdie" exhibition delves deep into the work and nearly fifty-year-long career of the Israeli/Canadian architect.
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Spanish Architect Andrés Jaque and the Office for Political Innovation

Andrés Jaque's new sculptural exhibit at REDCAT manifests the hidden socio-political histories and interpersonal networks in L.A. that are too often lost in transit.
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Architect Peter Zellner's Tijuana Experiment

Peter Zellner's homes appeal to a younger generation of homeowners -- the same hip Tijuaneros who are driving the city's resurgent food and art scene.
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Architectural Sculpture: Bruce Nauman's 'Untitled (Equilateral Triangle)'

The proximity of Bruce Nauman's sixteen-foot-high outdoor object to the Rudolph Schindler House asks the viewer to recalibrate their understanding of both architecture and art production.
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Eclectic Revisited: Preserving Venice's Architectural Context

The Los Angeles Conservancy leads tours of Venice's more eclectic buildings
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Los Angeles: A City of Houses

In other cities, the civic and commercial structures tell the story of modernism, but in L.A., it's the residences. Here, the domestic sphere is the source of such cultural change.
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