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Digital Making

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Dedale 3

The dedale studio (3) sets a challenge for examining the architectural and poetic implications of interactive technology. The studio begins with the discarded and abandoned technologies of toys, radios, cappucino machines etc. As a material based examination they are dissasembled, re purposed and revived from their most basic componants into an interactive environmental and spatial system.

A significant part of this work was invested in a collaborative workshop with theresearchers and students of the Topological Media Lab at the Black Box Hexagram research facility at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. These re-animated systems were interwoven as an autopoeitic network with video and sound interactivity systems developed by the TML. The dynamic installation “Grotesque Pertubations” was presented to the public in November 2007.

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Dedale 2

Dedale is a vertical studio examining the implications of interactive technology, open sourcing and modes of fabrication in architecture. The work ranged from hacking and reverse engineering tactics to basic programming, robotics and CNC manufacturing technology.

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Dedale 1

The digital making studio was an evolutive project built and recorded over a period of 3 months. A continuously revolving camera recorded frames for a stop frame animation of an installation construction in an abandoned building. The construction was developed using a technique of translating frames from the stop frame animation into vector images for laser cutting and cnc routing.

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Capteur Emetteur

This project begins with the simple question of sensing immaterial phenomena through our built environment. In particular, it focuses on the consequence of sensing of a phenomenological condition through the auspices of an architectural membrane. A fundamental truth of light and sound is that they need both medium and time for them to register in the phenomenal field. It could be argued that architecture stands as primary example of the possibilities of this medium:

The work presented hear deals with a practice of sensing and recording temporal and immaterial phenomenon through the membrane of an environment, creating a modulated composition from these recordings and through notational drawing creating a material proposal to re create these modulations in a building proposal

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Nickolas Hall: optophonic car engine

Ariadna Choptiany: micro vibrations from ventilation system