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[ Material Drawing: Exploration and Connectivity ] While my work is rooted in the formalism of abstractionism, the iconography alludes to a multitude of phenomena in nature: tidal pools of water, tornados twisting in space, land formati...
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Artist and designer Jürg Lehni presents a mixture of historical anecdotes and tangents, along with an overview of his own collaborative works, with the aim to shed light on the hidden poetic potential of technological processes and devic...
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Mechanized drawing existed long before computers. Methods for automating drawing—especially drawing from life—appeared simultaneously with the earliest descriptions of constructing linear perspective. What does this long quest for comput...
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Kaiser will explore how to use drawing as a means to open up otherwise inaccessible moments of the past -- of private reveries, of abandoned spaces, of live performances long since vanished from the stage. To do so, he will examine a var...
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Carl Lostritto - Designing And Computing: Some Lines Going For A Walk The presence of drawing in architecture today is ubiquitous, but it's purpose and meaning given the pervasive role of them model remains in question. Multiple project...
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An interview with Phil Freelon about his firm's exhibit "REACH", showing in the Wolk Gallery from February 15th to June 8th, 2012. Phil talks about his design process, his time as a student at MIT, and the importance of encouraging diver...
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Drawing the Wiring Diagram of Cancer Speakers: Nancy Hopkins, Jacqueline Lees, Michael Yaffe, Forest White
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