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  • the philosopher, the believers & z’shell-ter
    mumbai INDIA

    What could be the relationship between these antagonist forces, from a strategy of speculation re-questioning the order of discourse, to theology and religious rhetoric, where emerges a figure… from their encounter… from the contradictory zones of the believers and unbelievers?

    “The philosopher, the believers & z’shell-ter” w/ François ROCHE, Bijoy JAIN, Zasha COLAH, & Sumesh SHARMA
    Friday, 02/15
    6.30 pm / Studio Mumbai
    Kitab Mahal, Fourth Floor
    192 D.N. Road
    Fort Mumbai, 400 001

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  • (terra)erosis
    melbourne AUSTRALIA

    PennDesign
    advisors: cecil BALMOND & ezio BLASETTI

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project:

    mark KOWALYOV & ZHU teng fei: Whilst walking the expansive arid flatlands of the Outback one could be consumed by the banality, the repetitive flat nature which starts to read as one solid block of rock, the only reprieve is the occasional flora, the gradual hills at points, but overall a consuming monotonous landscape. But when you kneel down, and look at the earth beneath you, you see the cracks and creases of the rock, you begin to pick at it, and you realise how soft the earth really is, and the possibilities of exposing the strataforma which lays beneath.

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  • serra t[err]a
    melbourne AUSTRALIA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    kathryn McKENZIE & sarah PAPADOPOULLOS: The scenario describes a situation of remote, dangerous and extreme Austarlian bush living: survival and sustainability in a remote location requires new innovations in biological and robotic mechanical systems. These systems are developed in direct response to the found substances and characteristics of the site itself.

    The parasitic mechanism is proposed to continuously seek and harvest substances from the surrounding native trees – Banksia Serrata- in order to survive and continue a physical growth.

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  • françois ROCHE
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    françois ROCHE
    lecture: “The Risk(s) of Hiring Me”
    Monday, 04/02
    6.15 pm / Paul Rudolph Hall
    Yale School of Architecture

    180 York Street

    New Haven, Connecticut 06511

  • an architecture of humor
    paris FRANCE

    “an architecture of humors” is a research project / exhibition in which the r&sie[n] architectural practice has worked with a group comprised of a mathematician, programmers, architects, and a robotics designer to develop a computational approach based on biological and physiological data scanned from visitors who are put through situations inciting repulsion, stress and pleasure to conceive housing units and urban fragments based on relational protocols.

    from january 22 through april 26 2010 at le labotatoire, 4 rue du bouli, 75003 paris