The Greg Lynn Show

Lecture, 11 May 2016

It’s Greg Lynn, in conversation with architects of seminal digital projects included in the exhibition Archaeology of the Digital: Complexity and Convention.

Conversation has been a big part of the CCA’s Archaeology of the Digital program. Greg Lynn has spoken with the architects of projects produced from the late 1980s through the 2000s to develop an archaeological reading of how digital tools were incorporated into architecture. This talk show is like the capstone of this aspect of the program, as innovative design strategies from the recent past are unpacked onstage for you to see. Come and watch this live. We’ll produce a video series that will be released shortly afterward.

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