SOA Professor Mike McKay has been invited to lecture on his current research project – Positioning – at The University of Tennessee School of Architecture on March 6-7; the lecture is Wednesday, March 7 at 5:30 p.m.
How we understand the world is directly affected by our position in it. Constellations are simply the result of cognitive alignments related to our location in the universe, the horizon simply based on proximity and time. Relative Positioning explores the power of position in architecture: specifically, how Anamorphic projection and perspectival techniques can generate space and challenge our understanding of its form. For further details on his research, visit http://www.mikemckay.net/relative-positioning.html.