CITA Studio, January 2013
tutors: Adam VUKMANOV & Martin TAMKE
Center for Information Technology and Architecture
Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark
Stereoscopic Inundations—a 5 day research based workshop at CITA.studio,was exploring erosion, alluvions, decomposition and related processes which are key to the formation and transformation of organic and man-made environments during flooding periods.
Students have been experimenting with inundation process by generating animated geometry through 3-D stereoscopic cameras. The properties of each project were developed through the conceptualisation of a physical and digital representation. Its anaglyph (red/cyan) projection onto the physical model resulted in a precise overlap of realities. We were able to experience ”holographic” effects of complexity in simulation of change, growth, mechanical transformation and other latent large processes that form our natural and artificial environments.
Students: Anders Tversted, Henrik Malm, Ida Katrine Friis Tinning, Jesper Wallgren, Jonas Ersson, Lisbet Christensen, Margarita Isabel Huszar, Mattias Lindskog, Oskar Edstrom, Sofia Adolfsson, & Yasemin Yilmaz.