Sponsored by MFA Art Criticism & Writing department
Respondents: Lee Ann Norman (student) and Kurt Ralske (faculty)
Topics in this panel focus on a general interest in the changing relationships between human spaces and the social, economic, and political flows of information. As the mechanical is updated by the digital, what is the impact on real human lives?
John Ball, Fulfilling the Promise of the Bauhaus: Integrating the Arts and Building-Making Through BIM Technologies (Arizona State University, Environment, Design, and the Arts, PhD)
Dorrie Brooks, Situated Architecture in the Digital Age: Adapting a Textile Mill in Holyoke, MA (University of Massachusetts, Program in Architecture & Design)
Aurora Tang, Site, Nonsite, Website: Technologies for Perception / “Navigating Nonspace” (University of Southern California, Art and Curatorial Practices in the Public Sphere, MA)