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  • Digital Design Theory Symposium

    Digital Design Theory Symposium: Digital Post-Modernities
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    A generation ago, the post-modern quest for variation was a forceful plea against the dominant cultural technologies of the mechanical age. Today, digital technologies can deliver variations of all sorts and almost at no cost. Yet unlimited design variability inevitably challenges deeply ingrained assumptions of authorship. Contemporary digital culture and technologies favor and nurture a new notion of design indeterminacy, where objects are increasingly seen as systems able to self-organize and find the best solutions by themselves, when digitally empowered to do so.

    Digital Design Theory Symposium: Digital Post-Modernities
    Friday, 11/02
    11.00 am – 4.30 pm / Smith Conference Room
    Paul Rudolph Hall
    180 York Street
    New Haven, Connecticut 06511


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    The Digital Design Theory Symposium is convened by the PhD Program of the School of Architecture, with the cooperation of the Department of the History of Art, to start a conversation among theoreticians, designers and historians on aspects of contemporary digital culture in the arts of design.

    Program ///

    11:00-11:30, Mario Carpo (Yale SoA): Introduction. “Form-Making to Form-Finding”
    11:30-12:00, Emmanuel Petit (Yale SoA): Response and discussion
    12:00-12:30, Roland Snooks (RMIT University, Melbourne): “Volatile Formation”
    12:30-13:00, Brennan Buck (Yale SoA): Response and Discussion

    13:00-14:00, Break

    14:00-14:30, Ingeborg Rocker (Harvard GSD): “Computing Aesthetics: subversions and recursions”
    14:30-15:00, Michael Young (Yale SoA): “Parametrics, Painting, Phenomenology”
    15:00-15:30, Mark Foster Gage (Yale SoA): “Post-Nerdism”
    15:30-16:30, Discussion (moderated by Christopher Wood, Yale History of Art)

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