Sunday, 25 January 2009

Material Computation, Computational material

SLOW FURL by Mette Ramsgard Thomsen & Karin Bech, CITA

Mette Ramsgard Thomsen, head of CITA, Centre for IT and Architecture, Copenhagen will address this topic, presenting her last works during a lecture at the Bartlett, London.

"Mette Ramsgard Thomsen is an architect working with interactive technologies. Her research centres on the design of spaces that are defined by physical as well as digital dimensions. Through a focus on intelligent programming and ideas of emergence she explores how computational logics can lead to new spatial concepts. Mette’s work is practice lead and through projects such as Slow Furl, Strange Metabolisms, Vivisection and Sea Unsea she investigates the design and realisation of a behavioural space. "

So, let's meet on the 4th of february, 6.30pm at the Bartlett to discover her astonishing work focusing on generative design, digital crafting and responsive environments.

More details on the Bartlett website.

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