22.04.10 Responsive Technologies Lecture Series
Invited by Manuel Kretzer & Professor Ludger Hovestadt
A 6 Page Spread on my work written by Terri Peters in the April/May Issue
Speaking at http://www.buildingfutures.org.uk/events/futures-fair-10 Wednesday 2nd June 2010.
I will be speaking on Robotics in Architecture.
“This thread will bring together technologists, scientists and innovators in the realm of new materials and techniques. Experts in the field of digital and computational research will present advances in modeling and software, enabling an opening out of possible new applications. As well as new ideas in the conception of design, cutting edge building technologies will be presented and explored- ranging from new materials and façade systems, to sustainable technologies and construction techniques. The seminar will also discuss emerging technologies that affect the way that people use, work and live in buildings suggesting how design might adapt in parallel with these advancements, especially in the context of global warming and the demand for lower carbon solutions. Through presentation and discussion, it is hoped that unrecognized connections and relationships will be made as well as stimulating creativity in the way that architecture uses or responds to technological advances.” Building Futures Fair Website
Held in the second week of January at CITA: Center for Information Technology and Architecture, part of the The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Students from Bartlett’s MSc Adaptive Architecture & Computation and Diploma Architecture programmes collaborated with students from CITA to build a large networking installation learning about interaction, communication, kinetic, electrical and software design.
Emergence: Art and Artificial Life
KAROLINA SOBECKA/JIM GEORGE
Beall Center for Arts and Technology
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA 92697-2775
More details here http://beallcenter.uci.edu/
Tuesday-Wednesday: 12-5 p.m.
Thursday-Saturday: 12-8 p.m.
Truman Brewery, London, UK | 24-27 September 2009
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