Symposium

The Unprimed Canvas: Burgeoning fields in practice 2 of 2

Series: Symposium
Date: Friday 4 February 2011
Time: 10:30
Venue: Lecture Hall
Running time: 150 mins

The Unprimed Canvas is related to Francis Bacon's decision to use an unprimed canvas, for example, every mark in the making of the work is very important. The symposium will be quite speculative in talking about these relationships as a powerful act of making.

Symposium schedule:


10.30 Ideation
Kate Davies and Shaun Murray
11.00 Ecological Design Visions
Visionary thinking on methodologies of communicating an architecture along with new models and ecological contribution.
Shaun Murray (Eniatype, London)
Jon Goodbun
Timothy Morton (UC Davies, California)
12.00 Notational Design Visions
Notational systems within architectural education used as a communication tool have made the composition of architecture an activity like the composition of fiction: the activity of communication.
Mathew Emmett
Kate Davies/ Emmanuel Vercruysse (LiquidFactory)
James Moore (University of Falmouth)

Coffee Break


13.30 Instructional Design Visions
There are many kinds of relationships between participant and environment within context, design and communication. An extremely important one is who communicates with whom and who instructs whom.
Benedict Singleton
Kjell Yngve Petersen (IT Copenhagen)
Felix Robbins (Make Architects, London)
2.30 Aesthetical Design Visions
Aesthetic experience is one of the most common ways to value our environment. Whether it is having a walk in the park, cycling through a country lane, or just sitting in your garden, we can appreciate the aesthetic qualities. We could go on to say that we should be developing environmental sensitivity through aesthetic experience.
Claudia Westermann
Bastian Glaessner (Lynn Fox, Blink productions)
Bruce McLean (Bruce Mclean, London)
3.30 Discussion
Through original design exploration, this symposium proffers a critical vision towards the built environment. These conceptions challenge the everyday education of architectural design by offering a transdisciplinary framework for design production.
5.00 Book launch and drinks

Exhibition:
4-25 February
Back Members' Room


Read more:
Bruce Mclean http://www.projectsconcepts.com/
Stuart http://www.stuartmunro.net/
Eniatype http://www.eniatype.com/
Liquid Factory http://www.liquidfactory.co.uk/


Design Ecologies, a new international transdisciplinary academic peer-reviewed journal that aims to foregrounds the inextricable connection between human communication and ecological accountability in architectural design. This burgeoning field has the potential to become a far-reaching discipline, bonding a community that crosses over into and out of architecture, environment, interaction, urbanism, and performing arts and communication.


Through original design exploration ranging in scale, the journal will proffer a critical vision towards the built environment, and promote ecological transitions within local and global contexts. It will challenge the everyday emerging practices of architectural design by offering a transdisciplinary framework for design production.



All lectures are open to members of the public, staff and students unless otherwise stated.


December 2017
Su M Tu W Th F Sa
12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31

Contacts

AA Photo Library has DVD copies of Public Programme lectures dating back to 1974

Links

Online Lectures
Lecture Archive

Share

Share |

Feedback

For any issues with video playback please contact
AA Digital Platforms

The Architectural Association, Inc. is a Registered Charity Incorporated as a Company limited by guarantee. Registered in England No.171402. Registered office: 36 Bedford Square, London WC1B 3ES, 020 7887 4000

Click here to read the AA’s latest review report.

Click here to read the AA’s latest action plan.

close