Space.City presents Andrew Kudless of MATSYS
Space as We Think It: Explorations in Perception and Materiality
The series will bring together presentations by three designers/artists/architects whose work investigates various approaches to form-making and our current relationship to this process.
For many of us, daily patterns are now defined by both virtual and physical interactions. In this continually shifting reality and where past narratives do not easily find footing, we look for new meaning in our physical world. These changing perceptions of our surroundings demand a better understanding of the patterns and media with which we interact - form, material, process - opening the doors for experimentation, creation and spatial possibilities.
Matsys is a design studio that explores the emergent relationships between architecture, engineering, biology, and computation. Based on the idea that architecture can be understood as a material body with its own intrinsic and extrinsic forces relating to form, growth, and behavior, the studio investigates methodologies of performative integration through geometric and material differentiation. The studio's work ranges from speculative and built projects to the crafting of new tools which facilitate an interdisciplinary approach to the design and fabrication of architecture.
Seattle Central Library Auditorium (View)
1000 4th Ave
Seattle, WA 98104
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