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  • Theodore SPYROPOULOS.
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    Theodore Spyropoulos delivers the lecture “Behavioral Complexity,” addressing: generative and behavior based design; self-aware/ self-assembled systems; participatory / cybernetic frameworks; and mobility prototypes and robotics. Monday, 03/24 at Pratt Institute.

    lecture: Theodore SPYROPOULOS (Minimaforms / AADRL), “Behavioral Complexity.”
    Monday, 03/24
    6.00 pm / Higgins Hall
    Pratt Institute
    61 Saint James Place
    Brooklyn, NY 11238

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  • Greg LYNN.

    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Greg Lynn has been assisting the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) with the founding of a digital archive and a digital collection of architectural projects. Associated with this effort are three exhibitions encompassing 25 projects that were impacted by digital technology and conceived during a 20 year period beginning in the early 1980s. . . .

    lecture: Greg LYNN, “Conversation about Digital Archaeology” with Theodore SPYROPOULOS.
    Thursday, 10/10
    6.00 pm / Lecture Hall
    Architectural Association (AA) School of Architecture
    36 Bedford Square
    London WC1B 3ES

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  • BUSSEY-SOLLEIRO, LUCKMANN, MEENAPHANT, WANG-ZUNIGA, thinkTANK & the Life Aquatech
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Architectural Association, Design Research Laboratory (DRL)
    critics: Patrik SCHUMACHER, Robert STUART-SMITH, Theodore SPYROPOULOS, & Philippe MOREL

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Armando BUSSEY-SOLLEIRO, Edward LUCKMANN, Vichayuth MEENAPHANT, Ana Margarita WANG-ZUNIGA: The Life Aquatech investigates the relationship between the building systems that mediate between interior and exterior and architectural design by shifting from air-based systems to a water-based system. Human comfort is one of the main drivers of the investigation, seeking an ideal relationship between the user’s comfort in relation to temperature and how the building can self-regulate in order to provide it.

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  • Adaptive Ecologies: Notes on a Computational Urbanism
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Architecture finds itself coping with new social and cultural complexities that radically re-factor and challenge its response through latent and often unknown parameters. Distinctions between information, matter and life reveal intricacies in the speculative realties of a much deeper synthesis. This symposium will open a discussion on the role of generative and behavioural approaches within the conception and production of contemporary architecture and urbanism.

    “Adaptive Ecologies: Notes on a Computational Urbanism”
    SPYROPOULOS, SCHUMACHER, RUY, FRAZER, STUART-SMITH, DILLON, & more
    Friday, 11/30
    10.00am–6.00 pm / Lecture Hall
    Architecture Association
    36 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3ES

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  • chris SALTER
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Chris Salter will discuss with Theo Spyropoulos his book Entangled, which explores how artistic performance practices in the 20th and 21st centuries have become enmeshed with technologies, from the mechanical to the computational—from a “ballet of objects and lights” staged by Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes in 1917 to contemporary technologically enabled “responsive environments.”

    chris SALTER
    “Entangled,” organized by Theo Spyropoulos
    Monday, 02/27
    06.00 pm / lecture hall
    Architectural Association (AA) School of Architecture
    36 Bedford Square
    London WC1B 3ES