Ebrahim Poustinchi of Kent State University will give a virtual lecture on Friday, Sept. 24 at 2 p.m.
In the world of false binaries, things are either 0 or 1, true or false, and maybe physical or digital. We often seem to be too confident about the physical nature of architecture and spatial experience — a confidence that comes from our (false) Binary/Boolean logic of truth or false.
But what if the rigid boundaries between digital and physical have already morphed into blurry seams? What if there was another alternative in-between medium for architecture and spatial experience? An architectural experience that lives at the intersection of digitality and physicality; a fuzzy architecture!
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There will also be a corresponding workshop Sept. 24-25 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. To participate in the workshop you should sign up using your @uky.edu or @g.uky.edu email on the google form linked here: link
You will be expected to attend the lecture Friday and participate in the entire workshop along with any assignments given.
It should be a fun few days of learning, experimenting, and play with advanced tools and techniques that cross multiple softwares and hardware. For more information, please refer to this PDF.