Place & Dialogue
Buscada creates projects that engender dialogue between communities, individuals and disciplines to explore critical questions of place and visual urbanism. Our creative practice incorporates curation, design, research and photography to create surprising, multifaceted projects that often bridge the online and the physical world, as well as the expressive and the practical. Our projects range from commissioned works to collaborations and independent pieces.
What we do
Research, Design, Photography, Strategy, Curation
What we make
Exhibitions, Research, Conferences, Public art projects, Photography, Documentaries, Websites, Books, Educational projects
Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani is a photographer, curator, and visiting assistant professor of Urban Studies at the New School. She holds a doctorate in Environmental Psychology from the Graduate Center, CUNY and is a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Urban and Community Research, Goldsmiths College. Gabrielle’s work explores the experience of everyday life in public and home spaces through photographic and narrative work. She has worked on projects in London, Buenos Aires, San Francisco and New York, and has exhibited at institutions including the Center for Architecture New York, MIT and UC Berkeley. Her scholarly work has been published in journals including Space & Culture and Places, and she is co-founder of the Urban Encounters conference on visual urbanism, held annually at the Tate Britain.
Kaushik Panchal is a designer and strategist with over 18 years of experience creating simple, compelling, tactile experiences for a wide range of media including interactive TV, web, print and exhibition design. Kaushik brings his strong design process to every project, employing a clear design methodology to understand the specific questions a project seeks to address, and to create innovative solutions to communicate the project goals. Having lived and worked in London, New York and San Francisco, he has worked with a wide range of companies including large corporations such as the BBC, Apple and Yahoo, as well as arts / education and non-profit organizations like MIT, Scholastic, PBS, the SVA and the Center for Architecture.
A selection of our work