works at the intersection of art and architecture. His investigation into
this territory centers around the permiability of buildings and the bodies
that occupy them. While working in Flatland he will be focusing on the way
that inhabitants subjectively construct an unusual space and the way that
this space thereafter constructs them as occupying subjects. Among his interests
in Flatland is how this space move from a netural object at the beginning
to an altered space by the end of this occupation.
Schweder is the 05-06 Arnold W. Brunner Rome Prize Fellow in Architecture. He holds a Bachelor's degree in architecture from Pratt Institute and a Master's degree in architecture from Princeton University.