The College of Architecture and the Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design at Washington University in St. Louis present Decoys & Depictions: Images of the Digital.
Organized by assistant professor of architecture Constance Vale, the three-day symposium will explore how digital images are constructed; the implications for how architects and artists operate; and the potential effects within social and political realms.
The more than two
dozen participants—a mix of architecture and art
faculty from WashU's Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts as well as visiting architects from across the country—will investigate the effects of digital imaging on contemporary practice through lectures, panel sessions, and exhibitions. Highlights include keynote lectures by Nader Tehrani, dean of The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at The Cooper Union in New York (October 25), and Brett Steele, dean of the UCLA School of Arts and Architecture in Los Angeles (October 26).
Registration & Schedule
All symposium events are free and open to the public, and will be livestreamed through the symposium website. Registration is requested. Lectures and panel sessions will take place in Anabeth and John Weil Hall, the Sam Fox School’s new building for cross-disciplinary study.
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