Observational Practices Lab

Category: Uncategorized

Field School:
Dig Where You Stand
May 24—29th, 2021

Field School: Dig Where You Stand is a collaboration between the Observational Practices Lab, Parsons, and the Laboratory for Art…

[ff id=”1″]

Atlas of
Everyday Objects
In the age of global social Isolation

— #objectsofmyisolation The Atlas of Everyday Objects (Social Media Aggregation) @Instagram | @facebook | @twitter —

Archive of
Observation Scores
since 2017

Ways of seeing everyday objects anew. A transdisciplinary approach to unlearn what we think we know.

OBJECT AMERICA
Online Publication
since 2018

As a response to recent changes in the political landscape, the lab initiated the research project OBJECT AMERICA

Scientific Atlas
— Visual Archive
week 4

Week 4: 2/14 “Atlases are systematic compilations of working objects. They are the dictionaries of the science of the eye”…

Intro Case Study:
Observing Ice
week 1

Week 1: 1/24 Introduction This course aims to provoke dialogue about practices of observation, and invent new ways of looking….

Museum of Capitalism
Artifact Drive
Oct 4, 2019

On Friday October 4th, as a part of the 100 year anniversary Festival of the New celebration at The New…

OPL at Cumulus Conference in Paris
April 2018

The Observational Practices Lab will present OBJECT AMERICA at the Cumulus peer-reviewed conference in Paris in April.

The Observational Practices Lab’s Mission
since 2016

The Observational Practices Lab, Parsons School of Design — co-directed by Pascal Glissmann and Selena Kimball — aims to

OBJECT AMERICA III
Public Talks
December 1, 2017

Observation through the Speculation. Parsons School of Design, New York Panelists: Anuja Bagul, Benjamin Rubin,

© 2021 Observational Practices Lab.