Posted by Ammar on June 09, 2003 at 13:28:40:
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The 4th annual Summer Institute in Digital Media - I-dMedia - at the
University of Illinois at Chicago School of Architecture will convene from August 11-22, 2003. Sponsored by the School of Architecture and the College of Architecture and the Arts, I-dMedia will bring together faculty from UIC along with national and international visiting scholars, practitioners and students. I-dMedia will provide students with the opportunity to work with leading innovators during a 10-day intensive seminar/studio experience in Chicago.
I-dMedia will be based on an extensive use of digital technologies to address questions regarding the relationship between actual and virtual environments. I-dMedia will be project-based with an emphasis on the complex relationships between thinking through emerging forms of electronic fields and current architectural production.
During the two weeks of the Institute's intensive study and collaboration, each student will work at an individual workstation with animation software (Maya + Softimage), and will have access to laser-cut and vacuum-form machines. Experience with digital media is recommended, but not mandatory. Applicants are required to submit a brief letter of intent and portfolio.
Ammar Eloueini, Assistant Professor and Chair, Digital Media Concentration, UIC School of Architecture
Principal, Digit-all Studio, Paris-Chicago, www.digit-all.net
Michael Speaks, Head, Metropolitan Research and Design Postgraduate Program, Sci-Arc, Los Angeles
Hernan Diaz Alonso, Design Studio Professor, Sci-Arc, Los Angeles
Principal, Xefirotarch, Los Angeles, www.xefirotarch.com
Deadline for application: June 25, 2003
Notification of acceptance: June 30, 2003
Deadline for registration and payment in full: July 15, 2003
If you have any questions or requests please email Ammar Eloueini: firstname.lastname@example.org
View I-dMedia Project Galleries
Read about I-dMedia at Architectura:
"Summer In_Chicago" by Marialuisa Palumbo
"Digitale y Cosmico" by Yves Nacher
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