“In a traditional or architectural drawing, space is always implied. Even when we draw perspectives we’re still talking about the representation onto a flat plane. Space isn’t flat, and it takes training and knowledge to understand a certain protocol.” Lorna
1 February – (7 February) | Lecture 3 | Nic Clear
Nic Clear questions received notions of the future. Are the norms of economic growth the only way society can develop? Does the current economic crisis call into question a future of unlimited growth and/or enable different choices? Drawing on such fields as synthetic space, psychoanalysis, postmordern geography, post–economics, cybernetics, and neurology, as well as interviews with novelist William Gibson, Archigram architect David Greene, and musician Brian Eno.