John Enright proposes that Andrew Atwood’s work is less concerned with the mechanics of robots, and more about the notion of indeterminacy.
Atwood argues that the object is at the center of architecture and that drawing is the primary medium of architecture. He maintains machines are a part of this history. Atwood shows images of his work and asserts that he is not interested in emotive or atmospheric affects but rather objects revealing their own logic.
The presentation concludes with questions from Todd Gannon and members of the audience.