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mary vĂŠlez u.va mla 2019


mary vĂŠlez marymelissavelez@gmail.com 443. 257. 5968 226 W. South St. Apartment 02 Charlottesville, VA 22902

school University of Virginia Master of Landscape Architecture

University of Virginia Vicenza Drawing Program

Colgate University Cum Laude

work Charlottesville, VA 2016 - Exp. 2019

University of Virginia Summer 2017

Hamilton, NY 2012-2016

Freelance Web Designer

Charlottes January 2019

Current work: Shimp Design Assoc.

Center for Design and Health

University of

Assistant to the Director

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SCAPE Landscape Architecture

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B.A. Environmental Studies

Harvard University GSD

Cambridge, MA

Career Discovery Program

2015

Sea Education Association Trans-Atlantic Sailing Expedition Student + Crew Member

National Outdoor Leadership School Student

Woods Hole, MA 2015

Strait of Georgia + Vancouver Island, CN 2013

Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates Intern

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Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates Extern

Fletcher Studio Extern

Office of Sustainability Intern

Brooklyn, N

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Environmental Thought + Practice Major Administrator

Brooklyn, N

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references

skills

Nyunny Kim, Senior Associate

Leena Cho, Assoc. Professor

Michael Van Valkenburgh Assoc. 718 243 2044 office nkim@mvvainc.com

U.Va School of Architecture 434 924 6448 office lsc7t@virginia.edu

Carpentry, Welding, Casting, Woodworking, CNC Routing, Laster Cutting, Ceramics

ArcGIS, Rhin AutoCAD, S

Professional Time Management, Presentation and Public Speaking, Collaboration, Zoom, GoTo, Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint

Hand Drawing, Wa Charcoal; Adobe In Illustrator, AfterEffe Photoshop; FinalCutP

Julie Bargmann, Professor

U.Va School of Architecture 434 243 2014 office jlb6t@virginia.edu

Zaneta Hong, Assoc. Professor

U.Va School of Architecture 434 691 8983 office zhh7z@virginia.edu

Modeling and Prototyping

Mapping and

Video and Visua


research

sville, VA 9-present

f Virginia

17-current

New York

nter 2018

New York

mer 2018

New York

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f Virginia

Indigenous ways of knowing and representing place

TA MLA Foundation Studio IV

University of Virginia

Fall 2018 - ongoing

Brad Cantrell + Andi Hansen

Spring 2019

TA MLA Foundation Studio III

University of Virginia

Beth Meyer + Emma Mendel

Fall 2018

University of Virginia Fall 2018

Profs. Sean Lally + Lucia Phinney

University of Virginia

Prof. Zaneta Hong

2017-2018

University of Virginia

New Delhi monsoons

Fall 2017

Profs. Inaki Alday + Pankaj vir Gupta

Colgate University

Indigenous farmers + commercial banana plantations

017-2018

isco, CA

Enslavement and agriculture Prof. Craig Marin

TA History of Landscape Architecture Jeremy Foster

Human hair

Prof. April Baptiste

uary 2017

University of Virginia

Profs. Brad Cantrell, Jim Igoe + Lecturer Emma Mendel

Plant - people relationships

assistantships TA Lessons of the Lawn Peter Waldman

RA Ghana sewage + stormwater Prof. Nancy Takahashi

Univeristy of Virginia Spring 2018

University of Virginia Fall 2017

University of Virginia Fall 2017

Spring 2016

Sea Education Association Fall 2015

University

015-2016

honors Drafting

noceros, SketchUp

alization

atercolor, nDesign, ects and Pro, VRay

“Two Truths Talking,” Video, March 2019. Selected Entry, An Exhibit of Inclusionary Practice, U.Va Honorable Mention, Madison Lane Visual Arts Prize, U.Va LUNCH Journal vol. 14, Spring 2019 Forthcoming, “A Language for Living Things” Sole author; 3,000 words + drawings University of Virginia, Spring 2019 Appointed Student Representative on MLA Admissions Committee

engagement University of Virginia 2017-18 Student Representative to Faculty MLA Program

Hamilton, NY 2013-16 Community Organizer Students for Divestment

Baltimore, MD 2017 Volunteer Creative Alliance

Madison, NY 2012-14 Volunteer Leader Madison Elementary School Art CLub


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Through the act of design, my work seeks to tune the relationship between humans and the living systems of landscapes.

This body of inquiry perceives sites as connected, landscapes as agential, and the future as an opportunity to develop alternatives. With the belief that curiosity is essential to work, a range of materials, scales, approaches and techniques are unified under an inquiry into radical inclusivity. Each project is met with an intuitive attention to the systems of landscapes, both imposed and emergent. From maintenance routines to sedimentary regimes, from material lifespans to the rhythm of public space, my work explores the role landscape architects have in structuring the relationship between living things.

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stuff matters

bur surf

Spring 2018 Leena Cho + Alex Wall

Spring 2017 Tat Bonvehi-Ros

The Meadowlands is the new American landscape. We call attention to its materials and their impending inundation under sea level rise; a present/future rich with opportunity, not disaster. We invite all lives to revel and take part in the careful deconstruction, redistribution, and reconstruction of the urban fabric within the zones of sea level rise. edges and boundaries soften. A National Park that consumes and generates itself wastes nothing, forging novel intimacies and unruly spaces.

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sich + Alex Wall

f labor in landscapes? How body move through space, ? What does a hidden past ou’re not supposed to see l line of poppies snakes its chmond’s low lying urban paces used in the trade and nslaved peoples. Precisely installations and a mix of aintainence regimes and generate form.

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Fall 2017 Julie Bargmann

Fall 2018 Sean Lally + Lucia Phinney

Rustling, waving, bristling, white noise. sit a while. Let your anxious fingers pluck the flower, caress the wooly leaf. The wind rolls the lilies on their long stems; just watch them, watch the pale leaves reveal their undersides. One step. One more, two more. Blackness takes you in among its own, silver light softly shimmers over shiny surfaces. Close your eyes, tilt your head back, lift your face to the sun. And breathe.

Proposing other ways of knowing plants. Questioning Euro-Western epistemologies through Indigenous ontologies. Why do we relate to plants primarily through a relationship of extraction? What are the effects of this relationship on our world? Modeled on Indigenous relationships between place and people forged over generations, the concept of technointimacy relies upon quotidian tools coupled with real-time environmental sensing, artificially constructing an intimate relationship between plants and people that returns agency to the ground.

techno intimacy

Publication forthcoming, LUNCH vol. 14.


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technical

prof sion

Fall 2018 Emma Mendel Jim Igoe

Various, See section

Summer 2018 Michael Van Val Internship

Why and how do we know what we know? When comparing Euro-Western epistemologies with Indigenous ways of coming into being with the earth, what truths emerge? Using physical models, two versions of truth converse, creating a fusion that degrades and generates simultaneously.

Testing construction and deconstruction through analytical drawings, both digital and analog. Creating understanding of why things are built in certain ways and exploring methods of representation.

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Spring 2018 Beth Meyer

Spring 2018 Emma Mendel

Pinning authors and texts on one another to trace trends through contemporary theories of modern landscape architecture. Diagramming surgically in order to create richer and deeper understanding.

Exploring messy concepts through precise and speculative modeling. How does sediment settle, swish and stick at the fatty edge of land and water? How can we model these processes and leave room for imagination in a tangible object?


p 01 stuff matters The Meadowlands is the new American landscape. We call attention to its materials and their impending inundation under sea level rise; a present/future rich with opportunity, not disaster. Created with Karl-Jon Sparrman and Lynn Zhang, all drawings shown are my own.

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human + non-human lives

material of the urban fabric

deconstructed urban fabric

human and non-human lives

a park whose edges are alive testing + learning recursively formation of human and non-human publics


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OF MATERIAL FLOWS IN THE MEADOWLANDS

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DECREASE

beach feeding artifical island construction insurance costs

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SEA LEVEL RISE

CLIMATE + WEATHER

INTENSE + UNPREDICTABLE STORMS WATER WARS

POPULATION GROWTH

INCREASINGLY CYCLICAL PRODUCTION, CONSUMPTION AND WASTE CREATION INCREASINGLY POOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE RELATIONSHIPS

GLOBAL POLITICS

UNSTABLE GAS PRICES UNSTABLE NATURAL RESOURCE EXTRACTION

GLOBAL ECONOMY

INCREASINGLY LARGE SUPERTANKERS INCREASINGLY LARGE INCOME GAP

LOCAL POLICY

NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE DECONSTRUCTION

international aid emergencies storm debris home loss coastal reconstruction flooding

international + civil war readily available fresh water disproportionate impact on developing nations

waste dumping mixed-stream recycling practices disposable clothing landfilling and incineration

nationalism fake news tariffs + taxes international best practice influences alaskan oil drilling municipal transport systems cheap gas car driving disastrous results risky business practices raw material costs synthetic material innovation resources for future generations dredging waterway expansion wetlands desperation activism spatial divisions

construction debris vehicle traffic wetlands

URBAN + SURBURBAN SPRAWL CHANGES IN WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

construction debris vehicle traffic interaction with the Meadowlands wetlands

landfilling incineration recycling international waste exporting

DEMOLISH CONSTRUCT RELOCATE DEPOSIT RINSE TRANSPORT DEMOLISH CONSTRUCT RELOCATE DEPOSIT RINSE TRANSPORT DEMOLISH CONSTRUCT RELOCATE DEPOSIT RINSE TRANSPORT

town of Little Ferry town of Secaucus industries + warehouses imported sand + sediment tide gates sea walls

town of Little Ferry town of Secaucus warehouses cars trees sediment furniture construction debris ammunition + weaponry water tanks plastic cisterns plastic water bottles

leachate plastics paper glass clothing shoes food waste

CONSTRUCT TRANSPORT

industrial waste chemical by-products smog, smoke, soot, dust machine parts dirty water

EXCAVATE TRANSPORT

tar sands fracking water dredge spoils contaminated oil booms, wattles + fascimes

DEMOLISH EXCAVATE TRANSPORT

off-gases machine parts industrial waste chemical by-products

DEMOLISH CONSTRUCT DEPOSIT RINSE

off-gases machine parts industrial waste chemical by-products

RELOCATE

fast food wastes clothing waste e waste agricultural pesticide runoff

DEMOLISH RELOCATE DEPOSIT RINSE

cement rebar asphalt gravel dirt

CONSTRUCT EXCAVATE RELOCATE

industrial waste chemical by-products smog, smoke, soot, dust machine parts construction debris dirty water construction tarping + fencing asphalt + cement debris sewage food waste

CONSTRUCT DEPOSIT

incinerator ash dredge spoils shipping containers + pallets recycling chemicals


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residential - inland industrial - wet edges

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Projecting a future for the closed NJMC E-1 landfill.


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Envisioning Teterboro airport as a landscape of flooded productivity.


p 07 buried surfaced Using poppies to recall purposely hidden histories in Richmond. memories are tied to yearly blooms as a range of installation and maintainence regimes generate form and relationships. Created with Maddie Hoagland-Hanson; all drawings shown are my own.

2017

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Occupation, care, and attention to a shared edge of poppies.


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What are the operations of perforating roads with plants?


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p 11 garden for losing + finding Exploring planted form and function through a chosen narrative of a path leading to a cemetery through three increasingly introspective garden experiences. Instructor: Julie Bargmann Course: Planted Form and Function II 2018


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Collaging bouquet to lay on graves; testing plant textures.


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p 15 techno intimacy Represented through animation, reciprocity between plants and people is developed through the use of technologies that mimic Indigenous ways of understanding the earth. How can we change the way we understand, live with, and care for plants? Instructor: Sean Lally + Lucia Phinney Course: 3rd Year Research Studio 2018

Link to animation

A wooded parkland in typical Euro-Western maintenance regime.


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A wooded parkland in technointimate care.


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EURO-WESTERN MAINTENANCE REGIME SUMMER

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TECHNO-INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPREGIME

SUMMER

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Quotidian gardening tools meshed with finely tuned sensors that relay real-time data to users.


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User-driven app receives real-time data generated in field and produces predictive maintenance models

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p 21 two truths talking Animating oral histories and ontologies; degrading what seems concrete by telling two versions of truth based on Coast Salish and Euro-Western ontologies. Course: EcoTech III, Emma Mendel Course: Indigenous Landscapes, Jim Igoe 2018

Link to animation

Sturdy models of concrete and glyercin are cast with paper; the fragility and durability of materials is tested under the pressure of fire.


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Animation stills depicting two truths conversing .


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31’ 06” 20’ 10”

Analytical deconstruction of passive climate technology in Jade Eco Park, designed by Philippe Rahm + Catherine Mosbach

clay pavilion environment, environment clayde-humidifies pavilion de-humidifies absorbing by ambient moisture absorbing ambient moisture

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Instructor: Andrea Hansen-Phillips Course: EcoTech III

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2018


Drawing the ground from soft to hard: deciding bases, subgrades and testing bearing loads of different material combinations Instructor: Teresa Gali-Izard Course: EcoTech I 2016

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Modeling kayak take out area design; testing spatial configurations of an emergency vehicle turn radius, ADA acessible kayaking entrance, and planting strategies in grouted rip rap.


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p 35 theory poems Pinning authors and texts on one another to trace trends through contemporary theory of modern landscape architecture. Diagramming surgically to develop layered and richer context. Instructor: Beth Meyer Course: Contemporary Theory of Modern Landscape Architecture Spring 2018


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material tests: constituent parts

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what things can catch other things? what material properties influence slipping or settling?

material tests: constituent parts

what things can catch other things? what material properties influence slipping or settling? high roughness; high sediment retentionretention medium roughness, high sediment

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What things catch other things? What material behaviors influence slipping versus settling? At the sticky edge of land and water, boundaries are eroded and novel ecologies emerge. Instructor: Emma Mendel Course: EcoTech III Spring 2018

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material tests 02: medium sediment

how do different types of small sediments mix with each other? how does a liquid carry them + distribute them?

skin is createdof by rapid cooling of liquid skin is created by rapid evaporation liquid

skin is folded upwards, showing liquid portion remaining

skin is perturbed; folds upwards; shows hot liqud remaining underneath

air bubbles are trapped

air bubbles are trapped within heavy, cooling, viscous glycerine

suspended sand + sedimentsuspended are solids are drawn towards each other in center drawn towards one another in center

suspended material self-contains, creating its own borders suspended sediments self-contain, creating its own borders

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