del Campo & Manninger to speak at CDC conference in Lüneburg
Associate Professor Matias del Campo and Lecturer Sandra Manninger will present a lecture titled “Moody Objects” at the Computational Design Culture conference in Lüneburg on January 16th. The pair will discuss findings and insights, gathered from the last two years of practice and studio design work, that explore the onthographic qualities in recent computational design techniques. Moody Objects will address the permutations of objects as design trajectory, as well as the nonphysical entities that constitute primary realities between sensual - or rather, moody - and real objects.
The Computational Design Culture conference is hosted by the MECS Institute for Advanced Study on Media Cultures of Computer Simulation. It brings together architects, engineers, and software developers to explore how computers and scripting influence the field. In addition to the Taubman professors, the event will feature such speakers as Mario Carpo, Achim Menges, Hans Knippers, SOMA, Andrea Grasser, and Barbara Imhof. Visit the Lüneburg University website for more information.