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Novel: Chandler Arhens, John Brockway, & Alex Webb

 

Opens : Saturday, September 8,  7 p.m.
Continues : September 8–28

WUHO Gallery
6518 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Gallery hours: Thursday 1–8 p.m., Friday-Sunday 1–6 p.m.

inFormed Consent: Projects from Open Source Architecture
The convergence of computational technologies has accelerated the ability to utilize multiple streams of data and information in the formation of an architectural entity. A common computational platform promotes transdiscplinary collaborations and the near seamless incorporation of a wide range of input into the design process, which enables near infinite iterations. The extensity available and ease of technological integration calls into question the value of the selected information and data sets and as well as the status of the architectural form. InFormed Consent is an exhibition that examines a selected series of experimental research and commissioned projects from Open Source Architecture that uses diverse, yet strategic data and information to inform the design process. The exhibition simultaneously serves as a review of Chandler Ahrens’ 2011-2012 Visiting Assistant Professor appointment at Woodbury University.

Novel: Chandler Arhens, John Brockway, & Alex Webb
This two-stage competition was formed to promote faculty research through fabrication that can be effectively translated into coursework within the school of architecture. It offers funding for faculty to pursue a research proposal within the framework of juried competition. Selected proposals were given free access to the digital fabrication facilities, funds for materials, and three months in which to complete a project for a juriedexhibition. Winners of the exhibition will be provided with 2,000 dollars to support an in-class fabrication project.
Funded by a Maxine Frankel Grant.

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