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  • exhibition: “What does it mean to make an experiment?”

    What does it mean to make an experiment?.
    copenhagen DENMARK

    “What does it mean to make an experiment?” investigates the position, role and significance of the experiment within design-led research. . . .

    exhibition: “What does it mean to make an experiment?”
    Friday, 03/21
    3.00 p.m. / Meldahls Smedie, Holmen
    Danneskiold-Samsøes Allé 51
    Copenhagen, Denmark

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    In architecture and design the ex­periment is a particular mode of exploring the multiple and heterogeneous intersections that emerge from social, conceptual, technological, material and cultural contexts in which it is sited. These experimental practices find interesting parallels in the natural-science context. With a focus on material and computation the exhibition discusses how experimental practices through design, drawing, modelling, prototyping and build­ing generate sites of making and reflection as well as of synthesis and innovation.

    The Exhibition showcases results from a 2 year research project between the Schools of architecture and design at the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts and hosts projects from the member of the academies Center for IT and Architecture, Architecture School (CITA), SuperFormLab and Department of Textiles: Paul Nicholas; Jacob Riiber; Flemming Tvede Hansen; Malene Kristiansen; Mary Ann Hansen; Phil Ayres; Martin Tamke; Henrik Leander Evers; Claus Rytter Bruun de Neergaard; Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen; and David Stasiuk.

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    International Symposium
    Friday, 04/25 // School of Architecture.

    Picking up the discourse of the exhibition the symposium hosts invited speakers from professional and research oriented design domains. Entry to this event is free for public and academia, but we ask for a We look forward for the discussion with our guests:
    Daniel Charny; Burkhard Schmitz; Carol Collet; Marjan Colletti; Jenny Sabin; Ulrika Karlson; Paul Nicholas (CITA); and Flemming Tvede Hansen.

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