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Your Final Projects

[reposted from here] We covered a lot of territory this semester in our Media + Architecture seminar. Moving reverse-chronologically through media history, we began by exploring how networked technologies, ubiquitous computing, mobile media, and other “new media” have impacted how

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Your Final Projects

[reposted from here] We covered a lot of territory this semester in our Media + Architecture seminar. Moving reverse-chronologically through media history, we began by exploring how networked technologies, ubiquitous computing, mobile media, and other “new media” have impacted how

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Aitken/Pitchfork “Happening” @ Hirshhorn, 5/11

As you might know, multimedia artist Doug Aitken’s SONG 1 has been projected onto the exterior of Washington D.C.’s Hirschhorn museum since late March. [via Pitchfork] On May 11, “Pitchfork partner[ed] with the Hirshhorn Museum and Wired to present one of…Aitken‘s “Happening” events for his public art

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Aitken/Pitchfork “Happening” @ Hirshhorn, 5/11

As you might know, multimedia artist Doug Aitken’s SONG 1 has been projected onto the exterior of Washington D.C.’s Hirschhorn museum since late March. [via Pitchfork] On May 11, “Pitchfork partner[ed] with the Hirshhorn Museum and Wired to present one of…Aitken‘s “Happening” events for his public art

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Batman & Gotham video

Here’s the full video for my final project. (Note: I’ll also be submitting this for my Sound & Image class on Monday, so by then I’ll have updated it with better sound and possibly more animation). https://vimeo.com/41927035

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Batman & Gotham video

Here’s the full video for my final project. (Note: I’ll also be submitting this for my Sound & Image class on Monday, so by then I’ll have updated it with better sound and possibly more animation). https://vimeo.com/41927035

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Wall-All-Apartment

The amazing apartment of the young architect Haiko Cornelissen: http://haikocornelissen.com/architecture/wall-all-apartment/ T

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Wall-All-Apartment

The amazing apartment of the young architect Haiko Cornelissen: http://haikocornelissen.com/architecture/wall-all-apartment/ T

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Spots of Urban Stillness: Guggenheim’s Stillspotting, April/May weekends

The Guggenheim presents: stillspotting nyc: queens Transhistoria by Solid Objectives – Idenburg Liu (SO – IL) April 14-15, April 21-22, April 28-29, May 5-6, 2012 More information here. See my post on last fall’s stillspotting:nyc via Urban Omnibus: Stillspotting is

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Spots of Urban Stillness: Guggenheim’s Stillspotting, April/May weekends

The Guggenheim presents: stillspotting nyc: queens Transhistoria by Solid Objectives – Idenburg Liu (SO – IL) April 14-15, April 21-22, April 28-29, May 5-6, 2012 More information here. See my post on last fall’s stillspotting:nyc via Urban Omnibus: Stillspotting is

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Final Presentations

We’re presenting our final projects on May 2 and May 9 ( projects are due by the start of class on 4/9). Each presentation should last no longer than ten minutes, including time for comments and questions. I’d encourage you

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Final Presentations

We’re presenting our final projects on May 2 and May 9 ( projects are due by the start of class on 4/9). Each presentation should last no longer than ten minutes, including time for comments and questions. I’d encourage you

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Book-to-Building. The Day the Universe Changed, Episode 02.

The previous two weeks readings and classes made me think of an episode of The Day the Universe Changed, a spectacular series hosted by James Burke that originally aired in the US on PBS in the early 1980’s. It’s a fun

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Book-to-Building. The Day the Universe Changed, Episode 02.

The previous two weeks readings and classes made me think of an episode of The Day the Universe Changed, a spectacular series hosted by James Burke that originally aired in the US on PBS in the early 1980’s. It’s a fun

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Reading response Wk 13

My first real job (besides the usual lawn-mowing and babysitting) was organizing the archives in my dad’s office. I spent my summer months in their storage room, and, later, the company’s (un-air-conditioned) warehouse rolling and unrolling reams of plans, yellowing,

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Reading response Wk 13

My first real job (besides the usual lawn-mowing and babysitting) was organizing the archives in my dad’s office. I spent my summer months in their storage room, and, later, the company’s (un-air-conditioned) warehouse rolling and unrolling reams of plans, yellowing,

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Reading Response Week 13 – Drawing

In his piece, Mark Hewitt at one point discusses conception and its place in architectural drawing.  Architects conceive their works in different ways – some use the “Mozartian” method of forming a complete vision in their head before setting it

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Reading Response Week 13 – Drawing

In his piece, Mark Hewitt at one point discusses conception and its place in architectural drawing.  Architects conceive their works in different ways – some use the “Mozartian” method of forming a complete vision in their head before setting it

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Architectural drawing

Answering the question about what happens when a design is translated into image, I want to start with the Mark Hewitt “Representational forms and modes of Conception.” He states that the most important things are the way we present the

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Architectural drawing

Answering the question about what happens when a design is translated into image, I want to start with the Mark Hewitt “Representational forms and modes of Conception.” He states that the most important things are the way we present the

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