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Liz Van Dyke


Landscape Architecture
EOI 2023 ++
  1. A Greenhouse + Market Hall: Barnes’ Barns in the Grid of Des Moines
  2. The Landscape of Wind: Synthetic & Natural Energy Flows
  3. Dreamscapes of Aurora: Geothermal Landscapes of Energy and Rejuvenation

  4. The Ruinous Edge: Urban Assemblages and Frameworks
  5. Do-Nothing Landforms
  6. Pleistocene Park
  7. Mapping & Representation

Architecture Design
EOI 2020 ++
  1. The Production of Doubt: A Monolithic Tower in New York City
  2. Illusion Relief
  3. Shifted Landscapes
  4. Running of the Rooms
  5. Mandelbulb
  6. Oblique
  7. Illumination
  8. Upside Down Hospital

Writings / Exhibitions
EOI 2023 ++
  1. GSD Kirkland Gallery 
  2. Architectural Performance Through Duchamp’s Large Glass
  3. Dynamic Raumplan
  4. On Abstraction and Dissolving Anatomical Forms

Object Int’l —
  1. Architecture is a perfect metaphor, an allegory in volume. When placed its sculptural limits beget a kind of artistic proposition — and when considered with reduced anthropomorphism and ungeologically — produce a ready-made analog to the causation and bounds of our attempts at the understanding of all things.


1. GSD Kirkland Gallery

Space Babylon and Mandelbulb, Liz Van Dyke, Taeyong Kim. 2021

KG / 2018
From GSD Kirkland Gallery, 2021

            Kirkland Gallery is pleased to present “Cosmic Futures”, a group exhibition featuring work “Space Babylon” by  Taeyong Kim and  “Mandelbulb” by Liz Van Dyke. Cosmic Futures considers not only immediate conservation needs but also the future of preservation as it pertains to our present moment. At once a capital of extraction and vast biological reserve, two works, “Space Babylon” and “Mandelbulb” explore the possibility of synthesizing new worlds. 

Mandelbulb, Liz Van Dyke. 2021.