Suchi Reddy’s “me + you” at The Smithsonian’s Art and Industries Building. © Alyssa Schukar


Tuesday, March 15th, 2022

6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

97 Kenmare Street, New York, NY


Suchi Reddy in conversation with Beatrice Galilee

On the occasion of the launch of Form Follows Feeling by Suchi Reddy




Please note that in accordance with New York State regulations, proof of vaccination will be required to enter the gallery space.


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Join us for an event to celebrate the launch of Form Follows Feeling by Suchi Reddy, published on the occasion of Reddy’s Plym Distinguished Visiting Professorship at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign School of Architecture. The book presents a selection of projects by Reddy’s firm Reddymade and student work from the studio co-taught with host and professor Kevin Erickson. It includes contributions by Alberto Pérez-Gómez, Beatrice Galilee, Isolde Brielmaier, LionHeart, Susan Magsamen, and Michael Spicher. 


For the event, Reddy will engage in conversation with curator and critic Beatrice Galilee, with introductory remarks by Kevin Erickson. A new artistic video collaboration with poet, artist, and writer LionHeart will also debut at the event, as an extension of his series of spatial poems written in response to the work of Suchi Reddy. 


Form Follows Feeling is edited by Julia van den Hout of Original Copy, designed by Natasha Jen of Pentagram, published by the University of Illinois School of Architecture, and printed in New York by Cosmos Communications. A limited number of copies will be provided to those who attend the event.


This event is free and open to the public. RSVPs are encouraged.


Suchi Reddy founded Reddymade Architecture and Design in 2002. Since its inception, the firm has been lauded for its formal experimentation, its imaginative use of color, and passion for innovative materials. Based in New York, the firm’s practice spans the fields of architecture, design, installation art, and sculpture. Through its diverse portfolio of projects, Reddymade utilizes a human-centric approach to design, dedicated to celebrating diversity and equality, as well as addressing the economic, social, environmental and cultural impacts of her work on both the user and the planet.


Reddy sits on the boards of the Design Trust for Public Space, Storefront for Art and Architecture, and Madame Architect; and she is a member of the Dean’s Board of Advisors at University of Detroit Mercy School of Architecture. She was appointed the Plym Distinguished Professor at the University of Illinois School of Architecture, Urbana-Champaign for the Fall 2019 semester. Reddy has presented and lectured on the firm’s work at numerous venues including The Salk Institute for the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture’s 2018 conference, University of Illinois, and University of Wisconsin.


Beatrice Galilee is a curator, critic and cultural consultant specializing in the field of contemporary architecture and design. She is internationally recognised for her worldwide experience in curating, designing and conceiving original and dynamic city-wide biennales, museum exhibitions, installations, conferences, events and publications, bringing together the world’s most important institutions with cutting edge practitioners. Her research and writing has been published in journals, newspapers and magazines.


She is co-founder and creative director of The World Around, a new platform for critical architectural discourse. Between 2014-2019 was the first curator of architecture and design at The Metropolitan Museum of Art where she curated exhibitions and site-specific installations with artists and architects including Wolfgang Tillmans, Cornelia Parker, Luisa Lambri, Bas Princen and Adrian Villar Rojas and initiated the annual conference “A Year of Architecture in a Day”. She has led city-wide exhibitions and biennales in Lisbon, Shenzhen, Gwangju, Milan, Ordos, London, and New York. She received a BSc in Architecture from University of Bath, an MSc in Architectural History from Bartlett UCL and is currently a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art.