SA+P Alumni in the Media: Week of Aug. 7, 2017

Mary Otis Stevens ’56: The flux of human life
In a recent reprint of a 2013 interview, architect Mary Otis Stevens ’56 talk about the stages of her life and her design, with MIT professor Tom McNulty, of the landmark Lincoln House. Read the interview at Domus.

Alumnus Galo Canizares reviews new book from WOJR
On the SA+P Medium blog, Architecture alumnus Galo Canizares MArch ’14 reviews Room for Artifacts, a new book from MIT associate professor William O’Brien, Jr. Read by Canizares believes “this is no ordinary monograph.”

ACT's Giacomo Castagnola contributes to new performing arts festival
A one-of-a-kind performance set designed by ACT alum Giacomo Castagnola SMACT ’13 will host “Transform,” the inaugural arts festival of the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA). The set responds to the same question of "Why citizenship?" and will offer the audience a completely immersive environment that dynamically adapts to the program's variety of dance styles. More at Broadway World

The Continuing Saga of the Architect Made into a Diamond
The power games of Jill Magid’s SMVisS ’00 project concerning the archives of Mexican architect Luis Barragán continue in an extensive exhibition that completes the circle without any conclusive resolution. More at Hyperallergic.

Lessons from working on the film "Minority Report"
Media Lab alumnus John Underkoffler ’88, SM ’91, PhD ’99 explores three lessons he learned about business from working on Minority Report. Read his essay at The Next Web