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Origins of the digital

What do we need to know in order to say how and when architecture became digital? Our focus is on projects produced in the 1980s and 1990s that used digital tools to explore new directions for architectural research and practice. Rather than making future projections, we look critically and archaeologically at the way digital technology has shaped architecture in a concrete way.

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The Greg Lynn Show

It’s Greg Lynn, in conversation with architects of seminal digital projects from the 1990s and 2000s. Over the course of eleven episodes, Greg talks with Neil Denari, Johan Bettum and Kivi Sotamaa, Enric Ruiz Geli, Sulan Kolatan and Bill Mac Donald, François Roche, Ulrich Königs, Peter Testa and Devyn Weiser, Nader Tehrani, Alejandro Zaera-Polo, Wolf Prix, and Patrik Schumacher.

Episode 1: Neil Denari
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Episode 2: Johan Bettum and Kivi Sotamaa
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Episode 3: Enric Ruiz Geli
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Episode 4: Sulan Kolatan and Bill Mac Donald
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Episode 5: François Roche
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Episode 6: Ulrich Königs
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Episode 7: Peter Testa and Devyn Weiser
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Episode 8: Nader Tehrani
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Episode 9: Alejandro Zaera-Polo
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Episode 10: Wolf Prix
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Episode 11: Patrik Schumacher
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Projects by these architects were included in our exhibition Archaeology of the Digital: Complexity and Convention. Conversation is a big part of the Archaeology of the Digital program overall; 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.

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