This spring, Wallis Miller, the Charles P. Graves Associate Professor of Architecture at UK/CoD, is a Visiting Scholar at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. The position is part of her work on a 4-year grant from the Norwegian Research Council for the research project Place and Displacement: Exhibiting Architecture.
Because the group is the first to hold a significant grant on exhibitions and architecture, it has been able to gather together scholars, curators, museum and gallery directors, and designers to make the project an international center for research on this topic.
Along with continuing her work on architecture exhibitions and German modern architecture, she is giving lectures, participating in seminars and advising Ph.D. students along with the other scholars on the research team. This semester the project will culminate in a symposium on architecture and exhibitions at the end of April that will include scholars and designers from around the world.
A book based on the symposium will be released at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2014.