Adam Fure was named a winner of the prestigious Architectural League Prize awarded by The Architectural League of New York. An exhibition of all six winners will run from June 24 - August 1. Fure will also give a public lecture at Parsons The New School for Design on June 24.
Fure's contribution to the Possible Mediums exhibition was featured in a review of the show written by Michael Abrahamson for The Architectural Review. Abrhamson writes that Fure's Artifacts "critique representation by presenting the beholder with impossibly complex and engrossing objets d’art."
The Possible Mediums exhibition, organized by Adam Fure, Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, and Kyle Miller, has opened in Ann Arbor at University of Michigan's Taubman College's Liberty Gallery. In addition to curating, Fure's work is featured in the exhibition.
In February 2014, Adam Fure will lecture as part of the Draw, point, talk series arranged and curated by The Stockholm Association of Architects through Daniel Norell and Frida Rosenberg. Draw, point, talk asks emerging architects and scholars to present their ongoing work in a public lecture and to articulate a position that charges the following response and discussion. Fure's talk is titled "Dark Phenomenality" and will feature Daniel Norell as a respondent.
The Graham Foundation has announced that the Possible Mediums project led by Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Adam Fure, and Kyle Miller has been awarded a grant to support the development of the Possible Mediums traveling exhibition to begin and open in Ann Arbor in January 2014.
Adam Fure was recently appointed Assistant Professor of Architecture at University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Adam Fure's essay "The Computer's In Their Somewhere" was published in Fresh Punches: Experimental Architecture Exhibition Catalogue . This publication was produced from the exhibition “Fresh Punches,” which was mounted in the fall of 2012 at the Land of Tomorrow Gallery in Louisville, Kentucky.
Adam Fure co-chaired the recent Possible Mediums conference at The Ohio State University. Check out the conference website and videos from the proceedings.
Adam Fure was interviewed in the most recent issue of City Vision magazine. Issue 8 is about what is Sick and what is Wonder in your own city.
SIFT's installation Veer, done in collaboration with composer Ashley Fure, is a finalist for the Architizer A+ Awards in the Architecture+Sound category. Stop by and vote!
Fure will serve as co-chair of the upcoming Possible Mediums conference at The Ohio State University Knowlton School of Architecture. The conference will be composed of a series of workshops and panel discussions revolving around four “possible mediums.” Challenging the boundaries of architectural convention, the invited workshop leaders employ exploratory processes rooted in mediums external to the discipline (such as film or comics) or developed from atypical applications of more conventional mediums (such as drawings or models). All events will take place at Knowlton Hall from Feb 7-10.
13178 Moran: Grounds for Detroit, Adam Fure's collaboration for the Venice Biennale, is featured in the exhibition Grounds for Detroit | supermanoeuvre: Projects for the 2012 Venice Biennale. The exhibit will be on display from December 14, 2012 – January 11, 2013 in the Taubman College Gallery at the University of Michigan.
SIFT's installation Veer, done in collaboration with composer Ashley Fure, is featured on suckerPUNCH.
13178 Moran: Grounds for Detroit, Adam Fure's collaboration for the Venice Biennale, is featured on suckerPUNCH.
Adam Fure and other members of the group 13178 Moran Street: Grounds for Detroit will join moderator Sarah Herda for a panel discussion at Taubman College's PUBLIC conference. This one day conference will focus on the relationships between planning, architecture, and the public while exploring the social impact of designs and decisions.
13178 Moran: Grounds for Detroit, Adam Fure's collaboration for the Venice Biennale, is featured on Arch Daily.
13178 Moran: Grounds for Detroit, Adam Fure's collaboration for the Venice Biennale, is featured on the la Biennale Channel.
Stubble Step, a collaboration between Adam Fure and Ellie Abrons, opens at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice. Fure, Abrons, and four other practices designed 13178 Moran: Grounds for Detroit for the international exhibition curated by David Chipperfield. Stubble Step will be on display in the Arsenale through the 25th of November.
Adam Fure has been invited to participate in the Venice Biennale. Fure will join frequent collaborator Ellie Abrons, as part of the group 13178 Moran Street, to construct a full-scale installation in the Arsenale. The 13th International Architecture Exhibition, directed by David Chipperfield and titled Common Ground, will run in Venice from 29th August through 25th November 2012
SIFT's installation Veer, done in collaboration with composer Ashley Fure, opens at The Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany.
SIFT designs a chandelier for the University of Kentucky College of Design's 2012 Beaux-Arts Ball.
Adam Fure's installation Hover, done in collaboration with composer Ashley Fure, opens at The Gallery Project in downtown Ann Arbor MI.
Adam Fure presents his paper Material Postproduction at the ACSA 100th annual conference. Fure's projects Thick-It and Tingle Room (with Ellie Abrons) were also presented as posters at the ACSA 100th annual conference, Digital Aptitudes hosted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston MA.
Adam Fure lectures at the University of Kentucky's College of Design.
Adam Fure leads workshop at the University of Kentucky's College of Design.
Adam Fure's projects Thick-It and Tingle Room (with Ellie Abrons) are included in Installed, an exhibit at the University of Michigan's Taubman College Gallery in Ann Arbor MI.
Adam Fure's class The Material Fringe exhibits work at the University of Michigan's Taubman College in Ann Arbor MI.
Adam Fure's project Thick-It and Synthetic Gardens (with Ellie Abrons and Daniel Norell) win two first prizes in the ACSA Archive Beauty Pageant competition.
Adam Fure presents his paper Digital Materiallurgy: On the Productive Force of Deep Codes and Vital Matter at ACADIA 2011 Computation Through Integration hosted by the University of Calgary in Calgary/Banff, Alberta, Canada.
Adam Fure's project Thick-It is installed at the Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM) for Art Prize 2011.
Adam Fure conducts research with Ellie Abrons and Ashley Fure (composer) at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart Germany (January 2011 – June – 2011).