Joseph Clarke (University of Toronto), “Too Much Information: Bürolandschaft and the Limits of Noise Reduction” (Yale Architecture Forum)

Event time: 
Monday, November 7, 2022 - 6:00pm
Online via Zoom, and Smith Conference Room, 3rd Floor, Rudolph Hall See map
180 York Street
Event description: 
Yale Architecture Forum would like to invite you to our upcoming lecture by Professor Joseph Clarke titled “Too Much Information: Bürolandschaft and the Limits of Noise Reduction.” 
Joseph L. Clarke is an associate professor of art history at the University of Toronto and a licensed architect. His book Echo’s Chambers: Architecture and the Idea of Acoustic Space (2021) was the first major English-language study to explore how architects’ acoustic experimentation has been entangled with debates over typology, form, visualization techniques, and similar disciplinary issues.
This lecture is held on November 7th at 6 PM in the Smith Conference, (3rd Floor Rudolph Hall), and remotely Via Zoom. 
For remote participation, please register under the link below. 
Open to: 
General Public