10 November 2008
Interior perspective of Miniature Pataphysical Laboratory sited on river bank, Fordwich, Kent, 2003 by Neil Spiller
Architecture has reached an exciting new age. Advanced technology has opened up new ways of thinking about, designing and constructing buildings. This event investigates the research being conducted by groups such as AVATAR at The Bartlett on the increasingly important interaction between advanced technology and architectural design, whose impact, both theoretical and practical, is felt in the realms of aesthetics, philosophy, cybernetics and ecology.
Professor Neil Spiller, The Bartlett School of Architecture, Richard Hyams, Astudio Architecture, and Christian Kerrigan, architect and artist, discuss how cutting-edge theoretical projects allow for new possibilities in architectural practice in creating and exploring environments.
Cinema Space, 6 Burlington Gardens, W1; 7–8pm; £7/£4* (includes a drink)
For information or to book:
Telephone 020 7300 5839
Fax booking form to 020 7300 8013
Post booking form to:
Events and Lectures, Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House, Piccadilly
London W1J 0BD
*Reductions are available for students, jobseekers and people with disabilities with recognised proof of status.