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Cultural Tooling

Opening December 4, 2010

Rapid prototyping and CNC milling machines within the hands of the architect has resulted in endless scripted geometries and surface complexity. The Cabinet of Curiosities is a device for testing digital formations in architecture, landscape, and urbanism while situating social and cultural research agendas in ‘everyday’ Los Angeles.

Jennifer Bonner, Visiting Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, Woodbury University

Posted in 2010, Past

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