Sunday, January 31, 2010
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Research and exhibition credits:
R&Sie(n) / Le Laboratoire
Scenario, design, production: R&Sie(n)
Math process: François Jouve
Computation: Marc Fornes with Winston Hampel and Natanael Elfassy
Robotics design: Stephan Henrich
Physiological data scanning process and design: Gaetan Robillard, Fréderic Mauclere and Berdaguer & Pejus and Mark Kendall on Microneedles.
“humor-driven architecture” / R&Sie(n) / Le Laboratoire
Mathematical, physiological, robotic and construction processes for a self-organized collective habitat.
Pitch / "une architecture des humeurs", a research project / exhibition in which the R&Sie(n) architectural practice has worked with a group comprised of a mathematician, programmers, architects and a robotics designer to develop a computational approach based on biological and physiological data scanned from visitors who are put through situations inciting repulsion, stress and pleasure to conceive housing units and urban fragments based on relational protocols. From January 22 through the April 26, 2010, at Le Laboratoire, 4 rue du Bouloi, 75003 Paris
From R&Sie website:
"Un architecture des Humeurs"
From January 22-2010, the studio R&Sie(n) will render visible a project exploring new modes and apparatuses of architectural structuring and transaction:
- One aspect is comprised by computational, mathematical and machinist procedures designed to produce an urban structure following certain protocols. These successive indeterminate, improbable and uncertain aggregations will rearticulate the link between the individual and the collective.
- The other aspect is the scanning of the neuro-biological emissions of each visitor so as to analyze their chemical composition. Until now the collection of information involved in the residential unit protocol has been based on visible and reductive data (area, way of life, number of rooms, mode of access, neighbourhood frontiers).
In contrast, this experiment will provide the occasion for an interrogation of the shadowy “emission of desires” through the scanning of certain physiological signals, and the implementation of a chemistry of the moods of future purchasers taken as inputs generating a diversity of habitable morphologies and the relationships between them.
A signal collection station will be on hand. It will make it possible to perceive these variations and the way in which changes in emotional state affect the emitted geometries and influence the construction protocol.
Animist, vitalist and machinist, “mood-driven architecture” rearticulates the need to confront the unknown, an uncertain and unpredictable nature, in a contradictory manner by means of computational and mathematical assessments.
“Humor-driven architecture” is also a tool that will give rise to “Multitudes” and their palpitation and heterogeneity, the premises of a relational organization protocol.
This research is being carried out with François Jouve, the mathematician in charge of working out dynamic structural strategies; Marc Fornes with Winston Hampel and Natanael Elfassy in charge of computational development; the architect and robotics designer Stephan Henrich; and Gaetan Robillard and Fréderic Mauclere for the physiological data collection station, following a scenario by Berdaguer and Pejus. A second process of collect via “Microneedles” of Mark Kendall will be included.
Thursday, January 14, 2010
THEVERYMANY / Marc Fornes would like to present his:
Best Wild Wishes for 2010*
* according to the "etiquette" a new year best wishes card should be sent before Jan 1st - that if you are a purist - Jan 15th being the absolut deadline - Jan 14th is therefore more than on time...
As "card" - here is a sample along 2009 of insider views of THEVERYMANY studio in Brooklyn - perfect timing before as changing for a larger space in order to build (and storage) larger projects/structures...
Best wishes -and once again many thanks- to all the people who are making those experiments possible - especially:
To THEVERYMANY collaborators: Skylar Tibbits, Mathew Staudt, Jared Laucks, Brandon Kruysman, Jon Proto,...
To THEVERYMANY academia collegues & friends: Francois Roche (R&Sie), Stephan Henrich,...
To THEVERYMANY helpers:
(with who I would like to fully share the credits of the work...)
Jason S. Johnson, Josh Taron, Craig Le Blanc,...
Frazer Van Roeckel, Dolores Bender-Graves, Matt Knapic, Bradena Abrams Reid, Carmen Hull, Peter MacRea, Adam Onulov, Tiffany Whitnack, Jordan Allen, Ryan Palibroda,...
Brandt Graves, Carrie Mcknelly, Elliot White, Troy Zezula, Biayna Bogosian, Christine Rogiaman, Jared Laucks, Scott C. Savage, Al Attari, Brian Doyle, Claire Davenport, Claudia Corcilius, Courtney Song, Gary Mellon, Heidi Bullinga, Kamyar Rahimi, Majda Muhic, Marcelo Ertorteguy, Matthew DeLuca, Melissa Funkey, Otilia Pupezeanu, Sara Valente, Simon Kristav, Shadi Arani, Veronica Emig,...
BANGS collective, Pablo Barría, Begoña Arellano, Claudio Astudillo, José Narea, Marcela Godoy, Linda Schilling,...
Eduardo Hirose, Daniel Concha, Diego Moreno, Juan Pablo Klempau, Felipe Valdebenito, Pablo Banda, Francisco Quitral, Hermann Zbindenn, José Luis Guzmán, Victor Bunster M., Pablo C. Herrera, Tristan Al Haddad,...
Ally Hyun, Trevor Horst, Jesse Vaughn, Joseph Di Cicco, Veronica Emig,...
Eric Deboos, Laurent Lucas, Marie Bassano,...
Anne Vialle, Simon Feydieu, Lou Lucat, Tamara Maes, Sophie Roset, Charlotte Marrel, Benedetto Bufalin,...
*Part(s) for Display
Alissia Melka-Teichroen, Clair Warnier, Dries Verbruggen, Jan Habraken, Lucas Maassen, Kristina Kastro, Trevor Horst, Veronica Emig, Claudia Corcilius,...
Charles Vala, Felipe Sarmiento, Leopold Lambert, Martign Deurloo, Sergio Mannino, Alex Timmer, Remon Van, Den Eijnden, Steve Breman, Tyche Van Eijndhoven,...
To THEVERYMANY venues: Gallerie Roger Tator (Lyon/France) (Eric Deboos, Laurent Lucas, Marie Bassano), University of Calgary (Canada) (Jason Johnson), Bridge Gallery (NYC)(Marilyn Garber), Alga Wimmer Gallery (NYC) (Kelsey Harrington & Christine Yiogaman), Material Connexion,...
To THEVERYMANY sponsors & supports:
McNeel (US & Europe) (especially Bob, Carlos, Scott,...), TDM Solutions (RhinoNest), ASGVIS (VRay),...
Continental Signs (Philadelphia), Point b design, anyline (laser cutting)...
ALLIANCE METALS Inc., QUADRANT (Kress Schwartz),...
To THEVERYMANY followers - Thank you!
THEVERYMANY / MARC FORNES