José Ibarra is an architectural designer, researcher, educator, and M.Arch II candidate at Princeton University’s School of Architecture. Ibarra received his B.Arch from Cornell University's AAP, where he also pursued German Studies. He is the director of transformation of CODA, where he is co-authoring and editing a book on werewolf architecture. He is an editor of Pidgin magazine and was an editor for Vol. 10 of the Cornell Journal of Architecture, as well as editor-in-chief for Vol. 8 of ASSOCIATION. Recently, he co-curated the exhibition TOO FAST TOO SLOW in New York City, as well as a performative event about the Bauhaus in Berlin’s Floating University. He has designed, organized, and moderated a series of events, including ‘Digesting Materiality: A Disorderly Colloquium’ in Princeton University and 'Thesis Share: An Impossibly-Long Dinner Table.' Ibarra has taught several courses at Cornell University and Princeton University, and has practiced architecture at Barkow Leibinger, fxCollaborative, CODA, and Atelier de Yavorksy. His most recent project, Uncertain Grounds, challenges notions of structural propriety and design constituencies in in the Anthropocene. This work was on display at the TOO FAST TOO SLOW show in AWP’s pop-up gallery in New York City between April 5th-26th of 2019. // 20190504_112416 // Princeton, New Jersey