“Digital Aptitudes Eco-logics: The role of Computation in Rethinking human Nature and Habitat”
Ingeborg M. Rocker to deliver a keynote lecture at the ACSA 100th Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts. The title of the lecture is “Digital Aptitudes Eco-logics: The role of Computation in Rethinking human Nature and Habitat”.
ACSA 100th Annual Meeting
March 1-4, 2012 in Boston, MA
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mark Goulthorpe, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Amy Murphy, University of Southern California
Digital Aptitudes: Opening Panel & Reception:
Sanford Kwinter, Jeffrey Kipnis, Ingeborg Rocker, Kathryn Gustafson, Mark Burry
6.00–8.30 pm / Boston Park Plaza
50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116
This Annual Meeting culminates the events associated with ACSA 100. The Boston conference will mark the centennial year that educators from diverse institutions have gathered to share ideas with the goal of advancing architectural education. It will be hosted by the first school of architecture in America, MIT, whose department of architecture was founded in 1865. To mark such an occasion, the conference will critically examine the ground covered by the discipline since its inception, as well as speculate on its future trajectory, the central theme of the conference being the profound impact of digital technologies’ computational and communication capacities on architecture.
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