#4 Pidgeon Audio Visual
Florencia Álvarez Pacheco
The fourth edition of Disponible was the setting for the Pidgeon Audio Visual series, a collection of architecture talks recorded on cassettes and created by Monica Pidgeon.
Florencia Álvarez Pacheco, research architect, focused the series on the link between education and the publishing industry.
The architects speak for themselves: The talks and seminars of Reyner Banham, Zaha Hadid, Lawrence Halprin, Kisho Kurokawa, Esther, McCoy, Cedric Price, Alison & Peter Smithson, James Stirling and Anne Tyng were translated and dubbed by Gustavo Dieguez, Ana Raskovsky, Lucas Gilardi, Maria Rodrigues Mori, Magdalena Tagliabue, Pablo Bernard, Roberto Lombardi, Juan Pablo Vacas and Leticia Virguez Lalli.
Florencia Álvarez Pacheco is an architect and curator of exhibitions that teaches at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of the University of Buenos Aires. She has a Master's degree in Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices in Architecture from the GSAPP of Columbia University.