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Re: computer vs freehand drawing (II)

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Posted by  Per Corell on September 10, 2002 at 12:47:20:

In Reply to:  Re: computer vs freehand drawing (II) posted by steve on September 10, 2002 at 10:38:49:

Hi.
You are quite right, I rather have a tradisional piece of art on the wall maby even inspiring just pointing to the fact that somthing like quality exist ,and your idear about the debate is proberly a close shot. From that point of view we _ must_ be in the stone age, how we behave indicate just that anyway ,then I am done with my attitude about technology ; as you point out, make some damned users then both material and technology the thing will sell itself ;))
Now if all architects in the world, simply at once startet to build anything in 3D-H and forced the industries ,then somthing would happen ;) -------- What I point to, is the direct link from screen to reality this have the chance being art just as anything else as art is not bound to one artform any artform can create art ,just not architecture ?

Some say architecture are not a "true" artform but computer art is ,isn't it strange ; the bloody thing don't exist!

Art are a very personal thing, and from my point of view, this could also be more intergratet in architecture but then I guess you shuld not count on your fingers ,a few architects have a personal style, and you are able to reconise from style ; it's my main issue to develob tools to transform your visions into building blocks that can produce the design ,so I need to be critic about what are the main issue of a building construction, and you are quite right ; somone shuld start doing it ,as the only real thing to do with computer technology, is to start using it for what it is good for, not making it copy technologies that is outdatet _with_ the computer.
Then if your design are rotten, then it's not the building method but the idear or bad designer that is the point.
I hate discussions about what is art and what is not ,but architecture is not where computer art shuld be, am I right.

 
 
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