An astonishingly interesting, beautifully detailed trip through 6 pieces of Daniel Liebeskind's architectural monuments to the Holocaust. The speaker is brilliant and clear-headed, aware of multiple contexts for his analysis and organized in his presentation.
Really interesting presentation - well documented with photos and designs and enough personal information about Libeskind that it was relevant. Great selection of examples.
I thoroughly enjoyed Bert De Muynck's focused discussion of several of Libeskind's memorial museums and monuments. Clearly illustrated with excellent images, diagrams, and drawings, this talk provided a sampling of the architect's work infused with the tenets of memorial culture. I especially appreciated having the perspective of someone who is both a scholar and an architect in a talk that touched on the aesthetics as well as the mechanics of Libeskind's practice.