Video Archive | Computers (14)

David Karam And Gigi Biederman Post Tool
Karam and Biederman begin with a discussion of the methodologies and ideologies behind their practice, stressing the convergence...
Fire In The Library Rachel Rosenthal And Richard Terrile...
Eugenia Butler, Rachel Rosenthal, and Richard Terrile discuss possible outcomes of the future. The audience questions the...
Fire In The Library Rachel Rosenthal And Richard Terrile...
Terrile discusses the Big Bang, the future, and time. The audience asks questions about consciousness, gender, and how much...
Fire In The Library Rachel Rosenthal And Richard Terrile...
Terrile discusses the mind and consciousness. He discusses the separation between the brain and the mind, and the audience...
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Divekar discusses his educational background and professional experience, emphasizing the move within architecture to rely on...
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Divekar discusses the move within architecture towards the utilization of computerized capabilities. He discusses 3D...
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Novak reviews the last 50 years of computer history. He explains concepts like liquid architecture and...
Manuel De Landa Virtual Environments As Intuition...
Manuel De Landa discusses conceptual assemblages and structures that have evolved through human development. He describes society...

David Karam And Gigi Biederman Post Tool

February 10, 1999 | Video Lecturer: ,
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Karam and Biederman begin with a discussion of the methodologies and ideologies behind their practice, stressing the convergence of sound, text, and imagery. They explore the topic of virtual environments as ways of exploring impossible scenarios. Karam and Biederman discuss the problem of databases and user interfaces, reflecting on the facilitation of a dialogue with their work. They explore the topic of virtual environments and the value of exploring impossible scenarios. They present a general portfolio of their print, video and Internet work, including the interactive pieces titled “Post TV” and “Saigon on Wheels.” They explore their interest in actively empowering the user as creator in a project for the band Gravity.

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Gary Paige welcomes the audience to the first lecture in the series "Differentiated Topographies," investigating extended...
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Karam and Biederman discuss a project for Body Shop International, in which the client wanted to convey listening and cultural...
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Terrile discusses the Big Bang, the future, and time. The audience asks questions about consciousness, gender, and how much science artists can assimilate. The panel discuss evolution, random variation, and our ability to understand.


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February 8, 1997 | Video Lecturer:

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Divekar discusses the move within architecture towards the utilization of computerized capabilities. He discusses 3D visualization and computing and their coexistence within the world of film and entertainment. He quotes William Gibson, “Cyberspace is a consensual hallucination experienced daily by billions of legitimate operators.” He speaks of blurring the lines between perception and reality and discusses his research of human computing interfaces that move away from utilization of headsets, twoard utilizing the human body to map space. He shows a video featured on CNN.


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Manuel De Landa discusses conceptual assemblages and structures that have evolved through human development. He describes society as a product of stability and attractors, the outcome of which is one of any possible outcomes given the numbers of variables involved. Using examples of nonlinear assumptions, he describes economic, militaristic, and architectural fluctuations and inovations, to which, leads to a discussion about essence versus emergence.