"The Sound Dimension"
In the early Oughts, the ubiquitous access to three-dimensional visualization technologies liberated designers form the limitations and legacy of two-dimensional representation. Architects feverishly took to these advancements applying them towards spatial applications, and with these tools, critiquing data and reinterpreting form and surface quickly became old-hat exercises in the initial, more free-wheeling schematic design process. These technologies nurtured a significant advancement in building a more multi-layered, responsive, and dynamic approach to visualization.
Not content to stop at 3 dimensions designers are exploring how to integrate in their creative vocabulary and toolset new elements for representation. What elements of inspiration are now begin explored, adopted, integrated? Specifically how is visualization inspired by other dimensions and senses such as sound and in particular music? In what ways can the immateriality of sound influence and translate into the world of physical design?
Pecha Kucha #10 will serve as an exploration of how sound, a seemingly visual abstraction (or distraction), can serve as the foundation to informing, visualizing, or connecting to architectural and graphic space.
Sponsors Red Hook Winery and Sixpoint Craft Ales