Friday 17 October,
1.00 – 2.30pm,
Lecture Room, IMMA
This panel critically reflects on the various ways in which digitization has heralded transformations in architecture and of our built environment, both on a formal and material level. It discusses the impact of digital technologies, whose incessant computation and connectivity afford an augmented and expanded human perception of buildings and (public) spaces.
Speakers include; Nathalie Bredella, (architect, lecturer at Universität der Künste Berlin), John Dingliana, (Assistant Professor in Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin), Marlie Mul, (artist, Berlin) and Chris Timms (artist, Dublin).