I'll be lecturing at Texas A&M at 7PM November 9th.
I will be giving a lecture at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico City on October 7th. The lecture is part of Elegant Tech, a three day conference organized by Gabriel Esquivel featuring Benjamin Ball, Marc Fornes, Brennan Buck, Carlos Chavez and me, and will focus on the relationships between elegance and technology in architecture.
I’ll be giving a lecture today at The University of Pennsylvania on the reciprocal relationships between technique and form.
I'll be speaking at the Agent Code Symposium on Wednesday, April 11th, 12:30-6:00 at Columbia University's Avery Hall. Description by Ed Keller below:
“… each portion of matter is not only infinitely divisible, as the ancients observed, but is also actually subdivided without end, each part into further parts, of which each has some motion of its own; otherwise it would be impossible for each portion of matter to express the whole universe. Whence it appears that in the smallest particle of matter there is a world of creatures, living beings, animals, entelechies, souls. Each portion of matter may be conceived as like a garden full of plants and like a pond full of fishes. But each branch of every plant, each member of every animal, each drop of its liquid parts is also some such garden or pond.”
Cutting edge architectural work increasingly uses scripting and models of emergent and embedded behavior to explain systems and to generate morphology. The patterns we discover in architecture, social structures, political bodies, and in the formal operations of the city, function as a spatio-temporal index of life and the substrates of reality itself.