MArch GAD RC2 exhibits in Graz
30 April 2012
MArch GAD research cluster 2 taught by Marjan Colletti exhibits at the Haus der Architektur in Graz, together with the Academy of Arts Vienna and the TU Graz
By all means – analogue/digital experimental settings
29 March 2012 - 11 May 2012
Opening: Thursday, March 29, 2012, 7 pm, HDA
Duration: March 30 — May 11, 2012, Tue to Su, 10 am – 6 pm, Mondays closed
Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Mariahilferstraße 2, 8020 Graz
Digital techniques and tools significantly broaden the areas of architectural thinking and acting. They influence analysis, concepts, simulation and production and thus the prospects of architecture itself. Interdependencies between analogue and digital processes lead to new conceptual and substantial solutions, the gap between thinkable and buildable ideas disappears, different spaces can be experienced.
Based on practical research and teachings of three different architecture universities, “By all means” shows various approaches on how this enhanced repertoire can be dealt with. Playful, experimental, yet also applied works illustrate the spectrum and the interchange between theory and practice of these new application areas.
Curators: Marjan Colletti, The Bartlett UCL, London, and University of Innsbruck / Richard Dank, TU Graz / Wolfgang Tschapeller, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
Lecture: Sir Peter Cook (London), May 8, at 7 pm, HS 1, TU Graz.
In cooperation with the Institute for Architecture and Media, Master Lectures
Panel: “Should buildings grow/adapt/repair themselves? And if so, why not?” May 9, 2012, 6 pm, HDA
In cooperation with Kunsthaus Graz
With: Peter Cook (London),
Hans Frey (Waagner-Biro, Vienna),
Urs Hirschberg (Institut für Architektur und Medien, TU Graz),
Peter Pakesch (Kunsthaus Graz)
Wolfgang Tschapeller (Institut für Kunst und Architektur, Akademie der bildenden Künste, Wien)
Moderation: Marjan Colletti (London and Innsbruck)
Along with the exhibition a movie night curated by Diagonale Festival of Austrian Film takes place on April 19, at 7pm.
photo: Sahar Navabakhsh, RC2