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  • Dwayne OYLER & Jenny WU.

    san luis obispo CALIFORNIA

    Dwayne Oyler and Jenny Wu are the founding principles of Oyler Wu Collaborative, an award winning architecture practice based in Los Angeles, CA. The experimental work of Oyler Wu places a focus on the expression of structural complexity, aggregation, and material research through an intensive design and fabrication process.

    lecture: Dwayne OYLER & Jenny WU (Oyler Wu Collaborative).
    Friday, 10/18
    5.00 p.m. / Business Rotunda (03-213)
    Cal Poly — San Luis Obispo
    San Luis Obispo, CA 93405

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  • Dwayne OYLER & Jenny WU
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Dwayne Oyler and Jenny Wu established the architecture and design firm of Oyler Wu Collaborative in Los Angeles in 2004. The office has been published globally and is recognized for its experimentation in design, material research and fabrication. Their recent projects include “reALIze,” an art installation based on the face of Muhammad Ali (designed in collaboration with Michael Kalish); “Screenplay,” the featured architectural installation at Dwell on Design 2012 made with 45,000 feet of rope; “Netscape,” a temporary pavilion for SCI-Arc graduation constructed of 9 miles of knitted rope; and a 16-story residential tower in Taipei, Taiwan.

    Dwayne OYLER & Jenny WU, “Lineworks”
    Intro. by Hsinming FUNG
    Wednesday, 01/16
    7.00 pm / W.M. Keck Lecture Hall
    SCI-Arc
    960 East 3rd Street
    Los Angeles, California 90013

  • Screenplay
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Screenplay is conceived of as a “play” on one’s visual perception. This twenty-one foot long screen wall is constructed of forty-five thousand linear feet of rope strung through a series of lightweight steel frames. The wall is designed with the intention of provoking a sense of curiosity by slowly revealing its form and complexity through physical and visual engagement with the work. The wall is made from a repetitious steel framework with rope infill that varies over the length of the wall in three dimensions, forming a thickened undulating screen made up of dense line-work. In its orthographic, or “straight-on” view, the wall forms a meticulously organized series of patterns easily recognized by the viewer.

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  • ANEMONE
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Anemone
    Oyler Wu Collaborative
    Taipei, Taiwan, 2011

    Anemone is an art/architectural installation aimed at weaving together aesthetic experience and tactile engagement—a combination generally considered off limits within the world of contemporary art. All too often, art installations are considered precious, almost sacred objects; while they are meant to be appreciated for their aesthetic beauty, they offer little in terms of human interaction. In other words, they are meant to be seen, not felt. Recognizing that human engagement is one of the key factors in creating a rich experience, Anemone has been designed with the idea of interaction as one of its key design objectives.

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