For those who missed the last AiC event, here are some slides from the presentation…
The Studio for Progressive Modelling would like to invite you to the third Architecture in Combination discussion. June 10th., 5:30pm. @ 207 Queen’s Quay W., Suite 550. Please RSVP to: spm “at” halcrowyolles.com
Let me start by saying thanks to everybody who came out and participated in last week’s event – it was an extremely interesting session led by Dr. Anjan Chakravartty who focused on what it means to represent things. Looking back, … Read More
Dr. Chakravartty has kindly provided some words on the upcoming session: Architecture in Combination with Representation Picasso’s mural Guernica represents the aftermath of the bombing of a Basque town during the Spanish Civil War. Watson and Crick’s cardboard … Read More
Granted the details for the second session haven’t been announced, but the AiC needs your input as to who to invite as our guest speaker for the third session. Any thoughts?
Does anyone know why they’re called that? The name is so suggestive and the theory is so nice, that I can’t help but hope there’s some underlying connection, but so far, I can’t find one. To explain, a musical sequence … Read More
Iannis Xenakis: Composer, Architect, Visionary The Drawing Center 35 Wooster Street, New York Through April 8 Though best-known as a composer, Xenakis trained as a civil engineer in Greece and travelled to Paris in 1947, where he ended up working … Read More
It’s been just about a week since our first session (Architecture in Combination with Music), and despite an extremely interesting presentation by Mani Mani (www.fishtnk.com) on his Tunable Sound Cloud, I still have questions on what it means to combine … Read More