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Mario Gooden

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Mario Gooden
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Mario Gooden is a cultural practice architect and principal of Huff + Gooden Architects, New York. His practice engages the cultural landscape and the intersectionality of architecture, race, gender, sexuality, and technology. Gooden’s work has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale of Architecture; the Netherlands Architecture Institute; the National Building Museum, Washington, DC; and the Municipal Arts Society, New York. Gooden is a Professor of Practice at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University and is a co-director of the Global Africa Lab. He is a 2019 National Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Architecture recipient and the author of DarkSpace: Architecture, Representation, Black Identity (Columbia University Press, 2016).

Lives in New York City, USA

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Biennial Project

Mario Gooden contributed the visual essay Appearances and (Non)Erasures: Mapping Confederate Monuments and the Racial Conditionedness of Liberation for the 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennail publication.