Margaret Crawford introduces Susana Torre as an architect, author, educator, and feminist.
Susana Torre discusses the historic representation of women in public space as passive subscribers to consumerism and objectification. Torre describes some efforts women have made to alter perceptions through the use of public space. Torre suggest that architecture is a surrogate for the institutional body.
Torre answers questions from the audience about the city of Los Angeles and other topics.from the Media ArchiveOpen Modal