Greg Lynn has been assisting the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) with the founding of a digital archive and a digital collection of architectural projects. Associated with this effort are three exhibitions encompassing 25 projects that were impacted by digital technology and conceived during a 20 year period beginning in the early 1980s. . . .
lecture: Greg LYNN, “Conversation about Digital Archaeology” with Theodore SPYROPOULOS.
6.00 pm / Lecture Hall
Architectural Association (AA) School of Architecture
36 Bedford Square
London WC1B 3ES
The first exhibition, Archaeology of the Digital, included the Biozentrum Competition by Peter Eisenman, Expanding Sphere and Iris Dome by Chuck Hoberman, Odawara & Toyama Gymnasia by Shoei Yoh and the Lewis Residence by Frank Gehry. These projects, as well as the current exhibition and catalogue, future projects and the CCA’s archival project, will be discussed in a conversational lecture setting.
Greg Lynn holds a Masters in Architecture from Princeton University. He won a Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture, received the American Academy of Arts and Letters Architecture Award and was awarded a fellowship from United States Artists. He teaches at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and UCLA. He is the author of eight books.