Daniel Jick earned his Bachelor of Art in Earth Science from Boston University in 2008. He works within the urban environment, curating, molding, and accentuating its systems of energies.
Mediating the Edge: Chicago River as Performative and Productive Space challenges the notion that productive space must exist at the periphery of urban space, where divisions are drawn between activities. In this new architecture, transitory space is a critical place for human engagement. The river is a transitory, semi-defined place, which becomes the fertile space of play, creativity, learning, and exchange.
(Master of Architecture)