Earlier this year, Associate Professor Michael Meredith participated in the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA)'s new Find and Tell program as its inaugural resident. According to the CCA, "The Find and Tell program promotes new readings that highlight the intellectual relevance of particular aspects of this collection today. It is conceived as a series of residencies in which invited experts are asked to put forward arguments about our holdings by making a significant selection and interpretation of material within an archive or the photography collection. The curated selection can be based on key areas or periods, key projects, or a topical interest the expert thinks should be revealed. Following each residency, the material selected by the experts is made available through the CCA website, accompanied by an essay that supports their specific curatorial approach."
Follow this link to read Michael Meredith's essay, and click on the image below to watch a video from his residency at the CCA.