MORFOLOGI - TOPOLOGI / The Hydra Project. Morphology, topology, artifice: architecture and event. PUBLICATION 2016

Beskrivelse

The observational body of drawings constitute a topological landscape may be described in time and space as a complex traversed by forces, information, and synergy that are both real and virtual.
EDITORS
Cort Ross Dinesen, Assoc. professor, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
(Cort.Dinesen@kadk.dk)
Anders Michelsen, Assoc. Professor, University of Copenhagen
(amichel@hum.ku.dk)
Henrik Oxvig, Assoc. professor, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
(Henrik.Oxvig@kadk.dk)
Morten Melgaard, Assoc. professor, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts
(Morten.Meldgaard@kadk.dk)
CONTRIBUTORS (in alphabetic order)
Cort Ross Dinesen, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture
Ulrik Ekman, University of Copenhagen
Stephan Günzel, BTK Hochshule Für Gestaltung * Bill Hillier, University of London
Joachim Huber, Bern University of Applied Sciences
Inger Hyams, Roskilde University
Celia Lury, University of Warwick *
Morten Melgaard, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture
Anders Michelsen, University of Copenhagen * Peter Murphy, James Cook University *
Luciana Parisi, Goldsmiths, University of London * Claus Peder Pedersen, Aarhus School of Architecture Wolfram Pichler, University of Vienna
Kasper Nefer Olsen, Independent
Henrik Oxvig, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture * John Protevi, Louisiana State University
Ulrik Schmidt, Roskilde University
George Teyssot, Université Laval *
Frederik Tygstrup, University of Copenhagen
StatusAfsluttet
Effektiv start/slut dato01/09/201330/09/2016

Emneord

  • Surface and depth of the drawings; the upfolding of the plane plasticity and changes of state; movement, space, time, and information; regimes of signs and observations on scale