Rennie Tang Assistant Professor,
Polytechnic University, Pomona
Rennie Tang is Assistant Professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture where she coordinates and teaches the Design Foundations curriculum. Her research interests include intergenerational cities, inclusive landscapes and kinesthetic public engagement. Projects are often fueled by transdisciplinary collaborations with visual artists, choreographers and occupational therapists. This work is driven by concepts and methods drawn from her background in architecture, urban design, landscape architecture and dance. Her article ‘Body As Urban Unit’ was recently published in the book Schmuck Als Urbaner Prozess: Artistic Interventions in Urban Space. Notable projects include, ‘Punt-Point’, a self-guided public tour for the Van Abbe Museum in Eindhoven, ‘Residual City’ walk/urban exploration for the Berlin Unlimited Urban Arts Festival and the design of KidAbilities sensory integration clinic in Santa Monica. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in architecture from McGill University and a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University.