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  • Vitreous
    houston TEXAS

    A shape, a volume, a color, a surface is something itself. It shouldn’t be concealed as part of a fairly different whole.
    —Donald Clarence Judd (1928–94)

    The collaboration between the Judd Foundation (Marfa, Texas) and the course is to further investigate, critically examine, and apply both theoretical study and practical design-research into the highly debated idea of “delegated fabrication,” within the context of design-fabrication, in the field of architectural design. It has been widely publicized that most of Judd’s work from 1964 onwards was delegated rather than fabricated by the artist himself. Rather than constructing his work personally, Judd had it industrially fabricated—a practice criticized at the time but emulated today by many contemporary artists.

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  • Digital Systems: Theory + Practice
    houston TEXAS

    Panelists will explore theoretical approaches to digital fabrication and tooling systems, as well as the various implications and practical applications of digital fabrication and their impact on the practice and pedagogy of architecture.

    Thursday, 03/29, 7.00pm
    Keynote Speaker: Greg Lynn (Greg Lynn FORM; Professor, UCLA A.UD)

    Friday, 03/30, 10.00am-5.00pm
    Symposium Panelists: Elena Manferdini, David Ruy, Chris Lasch.

    Organized by Wendy W. Fok, Assistant Professor, University of Houston.

    Thursday, 02/29–Friday, 03/30
    College of Arch. Theater (Rm. 150)
    122 College of Architecture Building
    The University of Houston
    4800 Calhoun Road
    Houston, Texas 77004