ArchitectureDigital Media

Michael Benedikt: New spaces, new depths (March 31, 1993)

Michael Benedikt begins by discussing the opposite of cyberspace, architecture reality characterized by presence, significance, materiality, emptiness and depth. After his comments, he presents images...

Panel Discussion: Frontiers of Design Criticism

Today the feedback, spin, and other acts of interpretation that were once the preserve of historians and other experts are often virtual, instantaneous, and...

#SCIArc: Architecture in the Age of Digital Media (September 22, 2016)

Bruno Juricic moderates a symposium on the speculative directions for architecture in relation to contemporary digital culture with Lucy Redoglia, Devin Gharakhanian, Birgit Lohmann,...

Celia Pearce: Virtual Reality & architecture as a narrative art (1996)

As part of SCI-Arc’s Friday Noon Lecture Series, Celia Pearce discusses virtual reality and architecture a narrative art. She describes how multimedia applications are...

Video chronologies panel discussion (October 19, 1996)

The Lannan Foundation in collaboration with Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions hosts a panel discussion on video art at SCI-Arc. Art Historian and USC professor David...

Interpretations: Critical Shifts Part 2 of 2

2014.04.05 http://events.gsapp.org/event/interpretations-critical-shifts Panel: Cynthia Davidson Matteo Ghidoni Justin McGuirk Moderated by: Felicity Scott and Marina Otero Part 2 of 2: Second Conversation and Final Roundtable source

Kiosk: Copyright, Design, and Digital Culture (Andrew Blum and Astra Taylor)

Friday, October 3, 2014 12:00pm Ware Lounge, GSAPP Andrew Blum and Astra Taylor Leah Meisterlin, Barnard College, and Kazys Varnelis, GSAPP Who owns the Internet? Leading thinkers on...

Alan Sondheim (November 12, 1990)

Alan Sondheim presents an introduction to his research on Internet culture. Sondheim discusses the email list as a new form of global community. He...

Edge symposium: Fiction & entertainment (September 1, 2017)

Hernan Diaz Alonso and David Ruy introduce the event. Ruy characterizes Fiction & Entertainment as the Edge program devoted to developing an entirely new...