David Thomas spins a yarn about a philosopher and an architect.
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Intellect Begets Art
BY ERIC FORMAN
@ VOL 14
ON OCT 03, 2013
Eric Forman has worked for the past 13 years at the experimental intersection of art and design. He uses his background in philosophy and technology to create interactive sculptures, robots, and other installations which incorporate a combination of organic and biological concepts.
"Presentation of the Day" on February 26, 2014.
Balance in the Life of An Architect
BY MICHAEL PFEFFER
@ AIA 2014 CONVENTION
ON JUN 26, 2014
Mike Pfeffer, AIA Chicago member and winner of the 2014 national AIA Young Architect Award, has spent almost three months in the air flying between Chicago and China in the past six years. He talks about what this entails in his job as Managing Director of SOM in Chicago.
"Presentation of the Day" on August 19, 2014.
BY PHIL MCDADE
@ VOL 8
ON AUG 13, 2015
Phil McDade gives a humorous presentation on the tendency to go a little too far with pruning one of Jackson's favorite trees, the crape myrtle. As only a landscape architect can, he brings the madness to light. Come visit with Phil and hear his “porch philosophy” and thoughts about why crape myrtle trees are fine just as they are!
The Philosophy of Dance: What and Why?
BY AILI BRESNAHAN
@ VOL 28
ON SEP 22, 2016
Aili Bresnahan is a philosophy professor at the University of Dayton. She grew up studying ballet. Her specialty is the philosophy of dance and she is often asked what that is (and why it matters) by well-meaning people on airplanes. Aili’s presentation is an attempt to answer those questions.
BY NORBERT PEETERS
@ VOL 23
ON APR 18, 2018
Norbert Peeters studied Archeology and philosophy at Leiden University. Together with his former Professor Wouter Oudemans he wrote ‘Plantaardig – Vegetatieve filosofie’. Last year his debut came out: ‘Botanische revolutie: De plantenleer van Charles Darwin’. This book was nominated for the Jan Wolkers prize. As a botanical philosopher Peeters writes about the common grounds of philosophy and botany.