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    Geoff Manaugh: Quadraturin and Other Architectural Expansionary Tales

    Wednesday, October 13, 7pm
    W.M. Keck Lecture Hall

    Geoff Manaugh is the author of BLDGBLOG and The BLDGBLOG Book, former senior editor of Dwell magazine, and a contributing editor at Wired UK. Along with Nicola Twilley, he organized and co-curated the "Landscapes of Quarantine" design studio and exhibition at New York's Storefront for Art and Architecture in 2009/2010, and he is currently curating a 2011 exhibition for the Nevada Museum of Art called "Landscape Futures."

    From 'trap streets' in London and the fiction of China MiƩville to the folklore of The First Fossil Hunters and myths of Alexander's Gates to, of course, Quadraturin by way of Franz Kafka, Mike Mignola, Rupert Thomson, 3D-printing bees, haunted skyscrapers, neutrino storms, the Cyclonopedia, and much more, the talk will be a quick rundown of both the narrative implications of architecture and the architectural implications of specific storylines.

    In addition to lecturing on a broad range of architectural topics at schools and museums around the world, Manaugh has taught design studios at Columbia University, the Pratt Institute, the University of Technology, Sydney, and USC. He lives in Los Angeles.

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    Wed, Oct 13, 2010  Permanent link
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    SCI-Arc Lecture
    Wednesday, January 27, 7pm
    W.M. Keck Lecture Hall

    Come check out Matmos, they will be incorporating a performance into their lecture!

    The San Francisco-based experimental music group Matmos begins SCI-Arc's Spring 2010 lecture series on January 27. Matmos is M.C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel, aided and abetted by many others.
    Mon, Jan 25, 2010  Permanent link
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    SCI-Arc's MediaSCAPES program and the Los Angeles-based Center for Visual Music present an evening of immersive and expanded cinema exploring the evolution of visual works and sound.

    Thursday, December 3 at 7pm in the W.M. Keck Lecture Hall

    7:00-7:15pm
    Introduction by Jean Michel Crettaz, MediaSCAPES

    7:15-8:00pm
    Keynote presentation by Cindy Keefer, Director of the Center for Visual Music (CVM)

    Keefer presents and discusses Raumlichtkunst to Vortex: Early Expanded Cinema Experiments of Oskar Fischinger and Jordan Belson.

    8:00-8:45pm
    CVM archive screening event
    The second part of the evening is dedicated to the screening of contemporary works from the CVM archive: Scott Draves, Robert Seidel, Baerbel Neubauer, Richard Baily, Bret Battey, Single Wing Turquoise Bird Light Show and Curtis Roads (courtesy of Roads Films/SCI-Arc).

    http://www.sciarc.edu/lectures.php?id=1596

    Wed, Dec 2, 2009  Permanent link
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