Matthew Claudel, researcher at MIT Senseable City Lab, on the future of media architecture.
Relive the Media Architecture Biennale #MAB16 in pictures! tinyurl.com/hvulxn9 (Photos by the talented @abakik) pic.twitter.com/wjJM3ZYBIS
About 3 months ago from Media Arch Biennale's Twitter
The local/remote #urbinvent panel @VividIdeas #vividideas pic.twitter.com/TTPHEhJHw9
#urbinvent Interesting themes of participation emerging: from adding digital content to collecting citizen input via #instabooth & #actiwait
Now via skype Amelie and Sandro from Urban Intervention urban-invention.com #urbinvent #vividideas (Must be 2am in Germany!)
#urbinvent #vividideas twitter.com/martintom/stat…
The Twitter hashtag for "Redesigning Urban Interventions: City as Service" is #urbinvent
Presentation of responsive environment studio @UNSWBuiltEnv @VividSydney showcase projects students designed pic.twitter.com/TZh50RylzE
Thinking about architecture as a collection of variables. #computational #design @UNSWCoDe @mediafacades #vividideas pic.twitter.com/jLlyk7EcL0
#MAB16 chair @mediafacades entering the stage to talk about computational design #vividideas @VividIdeas pic.twitter.com/GYquh0D75G
The Sentiment Cocoon won the 2016 Media Architecture Award in the category of participatory architecture #VividIdeas pic.twitter.com/m6D1CfqyCB
Having a hard time waiting for the 2016 Media Architecture Biennale? Don’t despair. There’s great events to attend in 2015 as well.
Because you’re worth it, because the field of media architecture is worth it, and because we really hope to see you at MAB16.
MAB14 has come to an end. Thanks so much. Next up is Sydney (and much better MAB weather) in June 2016.
Have a look at the fantastic accomplishments.
You can download the programme as a PDF from this link: MAB14 Program (PDF).
The program is subject to change without notice.
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