Video Archive | Technology (117)

Roberto Davolio-clip_1475
During the question and answer session, Davolio provides some insight into his position on the projects he is working on, which...
Dan The Automator-clip_704
Dan the Automator answers questions from SCI-Arc students about his work as a music producer. The question and answer session...
Dan The Automator-clip_733
Dan the Automator continues to answer questions from SCI-Arc students about his work as a music producer. The question and answer...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In...
Marcelo Spina introduces Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler as among the most prominent practitioners of his generation. Spina...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In...
Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler discuss the three notions of play that factor into their designs; play as a "cultural activity, as...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In...
Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler discuss projects including Low Rez-Hi Fi an interactive public installation, and...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In Play
Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler are award winning practitioners of a "multidisciplinary practice, operating in the space between...
Disappearing Cities With Bruna Mori Benjamin Bratton And...
Bruna Mori, Benjamin Bratton and Norman Klein discuss recently published writings touching on the political and spatial...

Roberto Davolio-clip_1475

View the Full Video: Roberto Davolio
March 12, 2008 | Video Lecturer: ,

Subclip

During the question and answer session, Davolio provides some insight into his position on the projects he is working on, which are mostly in Asia. Branding is very important to the clients, but they are not necessarily willing to pay for it. The schedule is more compressed than projects in the West, and there are quite a few local firms in China that are producing technically challenging work.


Dan The Automator-clip_704

View the Full Video: Dan The Automator
January 23, 2008 | Video Lecturer:

Subclip

Dan the Automator answers questions from SCI-Arc students about his work as a music producer. The question and answer session touches on issues of historical relevance and the role of technology in design. He emphasizes the importance of collaboration, and makes a comparison between the creative process involved in music production and that of architecture.


Dan The Automator-clip_733

View the Full Video: Dan The Automator
January 23, 2008 | Video Lecturer:

Subclip

Dan the Automator continues to answer questions from SCI-Arc students about his work as a music producer. The question and answer session touches on issues of historical relevance and the role of technology in design. He emphasizes the importance of collaboration, and makes a comparison between the creative process involved in music production and that of architecture.


Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In Play-clip_1424

Subclip

Marcelo Spina introduces Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler as among the most prominent practitioners of his generation. Spina emphasizes that they are part of a new tradition of materialism: they are not bound to material exploration but rather they bridge materialism and conceptual aspects of design.


Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In Play-clip_1432

Subclip

Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler discuss the three notions of play that factor into their designs; play as a “cultural activity, as materials coming together, and putting something in play.” In the first half of this lecture they discuss projects including White Noise White Light, and 3 Degrees of Felt for the Guggenheim in New York.


Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In Play

October 10, 2007 | Video Lecturer: ,
Introduction by:

Meejin Yoon and Eric H?weler are award winning practitioners of a “multidisciplinary practice, operating in the space between architecture, art, and landscape.” For this lecture Public Works: Projects In Play they discuss the three notions of play that factor into their designs; play as a “cultural activity, as materials coming together, and putting something in play.” These three notions are made clear through their presentation of several projects including White Noise White Light created for the 2004 Olympics in Athens, and Loop an unbuilt design for PS1 MOMA.

Clips

Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In Play-clip_1424
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In Play-clip_1432
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In...
Meejin Yoon And Eric H?weler Public Works Projects In Play-clip_1434

Disappearing Cities With Bruna Mori Benjamin Bratton And Norman Klein

January 24, 2007 | Video Lecturer:

Bruna Mori, Benjamin Bratton and Norman Klein discuss recently published writings touching on the political and spatial implications of urban exploration, technology and memory, respectively. Bruna Mori reads excerpts from D?rive, her 2006 book of poetry designed by Peter Matthews with paintings by Matthew Kinney. Benjamin Bratton discusses his introduction to the 2006 edition of Paul Virilio’s seminal book, Speed and Politics. Lastly, Norman Klein reads an excerpt from his 2004 book, The Vatican to Vegas: The History of Special Effects.

Clips

Disappearing Cities With Bruna Mori Benjamin Bratton And...
Disappearing Cities With Bruna Mori Benjamin Bratton And Norman Klein-clip_736
Disappearing Cities With Bruna Mori Benjamin Bratton And...
Disappearing Cities With Bruna Mori Benjamin Bratton And Norman Klein-clip_757
Benjamin Bratton discusses his introduction to the 2006 edition of Paul Virilio's seminal book, Speed and Politics,...
Disappearing Cities With Bruna Mori Benjamin Bratton And...
Disappearing Cities With Bruna Mori Benjamin Bratton And Norman Klein-clip_765
Norman Klein reads an excerpt from his 2004 book, The Vatican to Vegas: The History of Special Effects. Klein describes...