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Janette Kim is a designer, critic and educator based in New York City. She is a faculty member at Columbia University GSAPP, where she directs the Urban Landscape Lab. Janette’s work focuses on design and ecology in relationship to public representation, interest, and debate. Janette’s recent projects include a master plan for the Fall Kill Creek in Poughkeepsie; “Safari 7,”a public art project that circulates self-guided tours of animal life along public transit routes; and “Underdome,” an ongoing research project on the political ecology of energy. Janette has worked in partnership with municipal agencies such as the Metropolitan Transit Authority in New York and the City of Newark, as well as non-profit advocacy groups such as Hudson River Sloop Clearwater. Her extensive work on energy has been awarded by the Graham Foundation and the Van Alen Institute New York Prize Fellowship. As former partner of Town/Kim studio, Janette was chosen through an international design competition to design the AIDS Memorial in San Francisco. Janette’s work has been featured on NPR’s ‘Brian Lehrer Show’, Artforum, Architect, Volume, GOOD, and the feature-length documentary The Grove. Her work has been exhibited in the New York and Beijing subway systems, a private house in Levittown, NY, and galleries including Artists Space, Eyebeam, and the Storefront for Art and Architecture. Janette holds a Masters of Architecture from Princeton University and a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University.
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Janette Kim is a designer, critic and educator based in New York City. She is a faculty member at Columbia University GSAPP, where she directs the Urban Landscape Lab. Janette’s work focuses on design and ecology in relationship to public representation, interest, and debate. Janette’s recent projects include a master plan for the Fall Kill Creek in Poughkeepsie; “Safari 7,”a public art project that circulates self-guided tours of animal life along public transit routes; and “Underdome,” an...