25 January 2018
2:00PM — Hancock 100

Julian Bonder, Architect

Memory-Works: Public Spaces, Monuments & Memorials
Co-sponsored with the CAUS Diversity Committee; Hosted by SCOPE

Julian Bonder is an architect, designer, artist, and teacher, born in New York and raised in Argentina. He is principal of Julian Bonder + Associates, and partner at Wodiczko + Bonder, Architecture-Art-Design (established as an interdisciplinary firm with Artist and Harvard Professor of Art, Design and the Public Domain Krzysztof Wodiczko in 2003), both in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Bonder’s projects include the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University (recipient of multiple awards); Museo de la Shoah en Buenos Aires; and the Memorial to the Abolition of Slavery in Nantes, France (with Krzysztof Wodiczko), which entails the transformation of 350 metres of the coast of the Loire in downtown Nantes (opened March 2012). Bonder is a Professor of Architecture at Roger Williams University.