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  • Isidoro MICHAN, "Towards a Promiscuous Object."
    ithaca NEW YORK

    Cornell AAP
    critics: Jenny SABIN & Sofia KRIMIZI.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Isidoro MICHAN: This project integrates the overused clichés of the “duck” versus the “decorated shed” in interaction with the car, along with Graham Harman’s notion of the aesthetic tension between real and sensual objects and their multiple accidents, qualities, relations and moments, creating an object made out of fissions and fusions between the objects.

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  • Lineworks/Formworks
    ithaca NEW YORK

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    andrew HEUMANN: These abstract pieces are all created digitally, with a combination of Rhino, Grasshopper, and Photoshop, blending algorithmic and generative methods with intuitive and manual manipulation.

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  • TAYLOR, HAYS, HEJDUK, HOLL, BRITTON, & WILLIAMSON
    new york NEW YORK

    Join Mark C. Taylor, K. Michael Hays, Renata Hejduk, Steven Holl, Karla Britton, and Jim Williamson for a discussion about space, the sacred, and imagination. The discussion stems from the recent publication of The Religious Imagination in Modern and Contemporary Architecture: A Reader (eds. Renata Hejduk and Jim Williamson) and Constructing the Ineffable: Contemporary Sacred Architecture (ed. Karla Britton).

    mark c. TAYLOR, k. michael HAYS, renata HEJDUK, steven HOLL, karla BRITTON, & jim WILLIAMSON
    Tuesday, 02/21
    6.00 pm / AAP NYC, 50 W. 17th Street, New York City
    Cornell University College of Architecture
    Cosponsored by Yale University

  • bernard CACHE
    ithaca NEW YORK

    Bernard Cache is an independent theorist, architect, and industrial designer living in Paris with a workshop-based practice, Objectile. Cache founded Objectile together with his partner Patrick Beaucé in 1996 to conceive and manufacture non-standard architecture components. Cache researches the use of digital tools and computational techniques for architectural conception and production, termed “non-standard architecture” by the Centre Pompidou exhibition of 2004. His numerous publications include Earth Moves: The Furnishing of Territories (1995), and Objectile (2006).

    bernard CACHE
    Monday, 02/13
    5.15 pm / Abby and Howard Milstein Auditorium, Milstein Hall
    Cornell University College of Architecture
    129 Sibley Dome, Cornell University
    Ithaca, NY 14853

  • thom MAYNE
    new york NEW YORK

    Lecture: thom MAYNE
    Wednesday, 11/2
    6.30 PM / AAP NYC
    Cornell University College of Architecture, Art & Planning NYC
    50 W 17th Street
    New York, NY 10011