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  • Behnaz FARAHI, "The Living, Breathing Wall."
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Behnaz FARAHI: How might we imagine a space that can develop an understanding of its users through their sounds and movements and respond accordingly? “The Living, Breathing Wall” seeks to address this question; one of the main contributions of this work is to explore how a physical environment can change its shape in response to the speech recognition of users.

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  • Alloplastic Architecture
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    University of Southern California

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Behnaz FARAHI BOUZANJANI: How might we imagine a space that—over time—can build up an understanding of its users through their bodily gestures, visual expressions and rituals of behavior, and respond accordingly? In other words, how might we envision a genuinely interactive space whose form and physical configuration can respond to and learn from its users, and vice versa?

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