This course will leverage the architectural exhibition as a medium to advance doctoral research. The aim of the course is to explore the architectural exhibition both as subject and method feasible for scholars in architecture and related fields to utilize when correlating critical discourse with societal concerns, and to communicate such means both inside and outside their disciplines. Concerned about architectural exhibitionism, or how architecture has exhibited itself over time, this course argues that contemporary architecture is not only put on stage but is likewise (re)constructed and (re)defined through the very means of communication itself. Drawing on the increasing needs to correlate transdisciplinary research with disciplinary knowledge development, the course will use the exhibition as a medium to explore means for the doctoral students to correlate communication and method in research when addressing the urgency of societal issues through knowledge production and dissemination at the disciplines of design and living environments, such as architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, art history, urban planning, design, environmental science, urban history etc. A second aim of the course is therefore to generate new knowledge through direct public engagement, specifically through the act of conceptualizing and realizing an architectural exhibition and/or event.