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  • Juergen STROHMAYER, "Void In Motion."
    vienna AUSTRIA

    University of Applied Arts Vienna
    Studio Greg Lynn
    critics: Greg LYNN with Parsa KHALILI, Bence PAP, & Maja OZWALDIC.

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Juergen STROHMAYER: In this thesis project, literal motion is used to create a dynamic environment at an urban scale.

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  • Art Center College of Design, MDP with Tim DURFEE & Andrew KRAGNESS, "12/8 Tower." Photo: Oscar Qi Yuan Li.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Art Center College of Design
    Media Design Practices MFA Program

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Art Center College of Design, Media Design Practices MFA Program with Tim DURFEE & Andrew KRAGNESS: The 12/8 Tower was developed and built as part of a four-week workshop for first year graduate students in the MDP taught by Tim Durfee (of Tim Durfee Studio and amp) and Andrew Kragness.

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  • MONAD Studio (Eric GOLDEMBERG & Veronica ZALCBERG), "ABYECTO: Sonic Environment.
    miami FLORIDA

    Miami Beach Urban Studios Gallery
    Florida International University SOA

    MONAD Studio (Eric GOLDEMBERG & Veronica ZALCBERG): “Abyecto” is an installation designed and fabricated at FIU and resulting from the collaboration between students and faculty members in architecture and music. An ironic play of words, the title refers to recent discussions about object-oriented ontology in contemporary design.

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  • Lucy McRAE & Rachel WINGFIELD, "Biological Bakery." Skin-mixing machine.
    amsterdam THE NETHERLANDS

    “Dream A Little Crazy” music video, commissioned by Aussie pop band Architecture In Helsinki. is a surreal candy–coloured–scientific–circus that collaborators Lucy McRae and Rachel Wingfield call “The Biological Bakery.”

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  • Vincent POCSIK, "Mistake Lamps."
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Vincent POCSIK: The idea for this lamp series was inspired by the concepts of Miles Davis, who is known for leaving the mistakes in the albums he released instead of taking them out.

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  • Bureau V, Capsule Collection.
    new york NEW YORK

    Architecture studio Bureau V launches its first menswear capsule collection, to be presented during New York Fashion Week.

    About the Collection
    Bureau V’s capsule collection takes as its point of departure 19th century German architect Gottfried Semper’s Stoffwechseltheorie, a historical theory that describes how forms derived from material-specific practices often shift into other materials, creating valuable lingering forms that bear no material justification.

    launch: Bureau V, “Capsule Collection.”
    Thursday, 09/05
    6.00–9.00 p.m. / Dillon Gallery
    555 W. 25th Street
    New York, NY 10001

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  • SOFTlab, Light House.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Sonos has collaborated with New York design studio SOFTlab to bring their Light House installation to the Sonos Studio Los Angeles. Powered by SONOS PLAY:3, PLAY:5 and SUB, Light House sits in the middle of the Sonos Studio, and is comprised of four rooms. Each room is filled with not only Sonos speakers, but fluorescent light tubes that react to music and its different frequencies, from the SUB to the PLAY:3 tweeters . In other words, the installation literally shows how Sonos fills your home with music.

    opening: SOFTlab, “Light House”
    Thursday, 07/25
    7.00 p.m. / SONOS studios
    145 N La Brea Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA 90036 ‎

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  • Splitter
    berlin GERMANY

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Martin BÖTTGER (tsaworks): Splitter is an art installation as well as a stage design for the music and integrated arts festival in Winnipeg Canada called “Clusterfestival “. The construction is based on cardboard sharp triangle shapes in combination with a tape design at the edges of the structure in yellow and blue. The structure grows along the ceiling in a dimension of 11m x 4m x 3m.

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  • The Non-Trivial Goat and the Cliffs of the Universal
    new york NEW YORK

    Chimeras are integrated bodies that synthesize incompatible modalities, surpassing their respective particularities without fusing them, finding a common ground, or reducing one to the other. Chimerization, a recent work by Florian Hecker, uses psychoacoustics to compose such creatures from readings of a libretto penned by philosopher and novelist, Reza Negarestani. Expanding on this work, Hecker and Negarestani come together in a live experiment—less a collaboration between philosophy and sound than a synthesis of the two.

    reza NEGARESTANI & florian HECKER
    “The Non-Trivial Goat and the Cliffs of the Universal: A Topological Fable on Navigation and Synthesis”
    Thursday, 11/15
    7.30 pm /Abrons’ Playhouse
    466 Grand Street (at Pitt Street)
    New York, New York

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  • CELETON
    vienna AUSTRIA

    CELETON, Excessive Music Hall
    Postgraduate Master Thesis, Die Angewandte/University of Applied Arts Vienna

    Studio Excessive, Hernan Diaz Alonso

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    alex SMAGA: Music goes under your skin . . . How to translate the sensation of music into architecture? How to explain the pleasure we experience while listening to Mozart, Beethoven or Jimi Hendrix? How architectural mutation processes correspond to music making? How architecture can stimulate the development of new styles in music?

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