Brandon Clifford’s work focuses on the realization of digital manufacturing through materials, means and methods of production, as well as the process and representation of direct drawing to better influence the built environment. His focus is neither on the side of the digital or the physical, but rather in response to both. His research and work consistently develop reciprocity between drawing and construction. In 2008, Clifford co-founded Matter Design with Wes McGee. The practice is committed to experimentation and research at a variety of scales, and recently was selected as a finalist in the international West Cork Arts Center competition.
5.30 pm / GUI Auditorium, Knowlton Hall
Knowlton School of Architecture
The Ohio State University
275 W. Woodruff Ave.
Columbus, OHIO 43210