Putting the art into architecture

Putting the art into architecture
Putting the art into architecture

InterActive: new technologies in contemporary culture will use videos, photographs and drawings to explore the most outstanding examples of architecture from both Europe and the United States of America.

Looking at emerging practices within architecture and wider multi-disciplinary fields that bring together digital technologies and virtual spaces with the physical, built environment, the exhibition has been curated by Jasmin Aber, a member of faculty at Washington University, St Louis.

Churchill College’s Dr Colin Fraser said: "Architecture today synthesises and integrates sound, imagery and textures as part of the architectural experience itself. Instead of defining a fixed architecture product, an interactive architecture is in a state of constant flux.

Included in the exhibition are examples of work by: ART+COM (Berlin), Greyworld (London), Laboratory for Architecture and Urbanism (Brussels) and Simone Giostra and Partners (Brooklyn).

The exhibition will run at Churchill’s Jack Colville Hall, the Archive Centre, Churchill College, from April 22-May 9. Entrance, between 9am-5pm, daily, is free.