Mark Foster Gage speaks in the frame of the international symposium “Parametric Approaches II” on the development of digital architecture for students and professionals. Organised by Centre for Information Technology and Architecture ( CITA ), Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture. Date: Friday November 23rd, 2007 The symposium Computation and Material discusses how new digital tools challenge the practices of designing and fabricating architecture. What happens to architectural design practice as craft becomes digital? How does the possibility of the bespoke change the thinking of repetition and series? How do digital tooling enable new relationships between the drawn and the built? And how do these practices instigate a challenge to the aesthetics of architecture? Mark Foster Gage B.Arch., University of Notre Dame M.Arch., Yale University Principal of Gage Clemenceau Architects/ New York Assistant Professor Yale University School of Architecture Mr. Gage is an architect practicing in New York City. His firm, Gage/Clemenceau Architects, engages the continuing role of computation in generating new formal and aesthetic genres for architecture. In 2007 Gage/Clemenceau Architects was a finalist for the Museum of Modern Art/PS1 Young Architects Program. Mr. Gage’s projects, writings, and research have been published in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Vogue, Homme, Interior Design, Contra Progetti, A+U, Architecture, Metropolis, Architectural Record, and JAE. Mr. Gage was on the editorial board for Building Cities, a Graham Foundation-funded book, and co-edited The Millennium House, published by Monacelli Press in 2004. He is currently working on a book entitled Performance Aesthetics. Mr. Gage’s work has been widely exhibited, including at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and Museum of Art Institute of Chicago. His work was recently the subject of a solo exhibition titled “Architectural Curiosities” at the Bridge Gallery in Manhattan. Mr. Gage’s firm is currently involved in a collaborative proposal with Greg Lynn FORM and Imaginary Forces, a motion-graphics company, on the renovation of the Harmony Atrium at Lincoln Center in New York City. Gage has also taught at Columbia University and at the Institute for the Study of Classical Architecture in New York. gageclemenceau.com/

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