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  • Ryan Tyler MARTINEZ, "Breadcrumb: Big Data of the Individual Architect."
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc
    advisor: Eric Owen MOSS.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Ryan Tyler MARTINEZ: This thesis recored 1,606 items | http://daytum.com/ryantylermartinez

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    An Architect has an ego. An architect is not easily influenced. An Architect has no affiliation to anyone but themselves. (We all agree) Maybe we’re all wrong.

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  • Alex WOODHOUSE, Shadow Traceries.
    san francisco CALIFORNIA

    California College of the Arts
    critic: Gregory HURCOMB

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Alex WOODHOUSE: Animated sequences are often difficult to convey in a single, static image. Movement, intensity, and speed are terms associated more strongly with the animate than static, abilities showcased in the production and viewing of visually recorded events. Shadow Traceries is an investigation into the decoding and re-representation of these events, compressing time-based input into a finite, visualized moment.

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  • Point Cloud
    boston MASSACHUSETTS

    Harvard Graduate School of Design

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    James LENG: Point Cloud is an attempt to reimagine our daily interaction with weather data. Weather has always had a unique place in our lives, because it has a multiplicity that encompasses both the concrete and the indeterminate. It is the intangible context within which we build our lives and our cities, but it is also the physical element against which we create protective shelter. Most of the time it is an invisible network that we can see but are not aware of; yet it can manifest in a spectacle or disaster, come forward and activate our senses, make us forget our rationality in delight or fear.

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  • infObjects
    berlin GERMANY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Johannes TSOPANIDES / SHAPES iN PLAY: InfObjects is a design concept with a new approach to combine influences from product design, generative processes and information visualisation in order to make complex data tangible. The ingredients of several dishes have been analysed regarding energy content, CO2 equivalent, and price. By using generative design tools (programmed with processing and then manufactured with 3-D printing) this information is parametrically transformed into metaphorical shapes: the CO2 is illustrated by (ozone-)holes, the energy by the growth of roots and the price by higher or lower levels within the object.

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  • jerTHORP_RGB
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    Christina Vasallo, curator

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    christina VASSALLO: Random Number Multiples provides an opportunity for artists to expand their repertoire through artwork editioning processes. It is a platform for artists to experiment with new techniques or engage with familiar ones in new ways.

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