The Satellite is an experiential, hyper-realistic portrait of Earth, using live data from hundreds of satellites to allow the public a direct encounter with their...
Data-driven "memographs" based on an encounter with a violent storm in southeast Kansas. While driving southwest from El Dorado on May 30, 2012, Winer was caught...
On Friday March 11, 2011 Karwas was in a commercial tower in central Tokyo when the Tōhoku earthquake hit the island. The seismic record along with architectural...
An exploration of the collective reality of personal space, divining and manifesting the average living space that each person on the planet occupies. Analyzing...
In the spring of 2011, Winer and Karwas traveled West to test a theory: that the gridded layout of land use in the region was the ideal place to experiment with the...
Driven by Walter Gropius’ pursuit of the Gesamtkunstwerk, or “total work of art” and his support for interdisciplinary practice enabled by new technology,...
An early collaborative work, See-Through Wall is a straightforward attempt to subvert the absolute reality of physical space. Basic camera and projection technology...
Created for the AIA Center for Architecture in New York, the chandelier is a device that transforms a single beam of light into an spatial light sculpture. An...
From the fringes of architectural practice (Didier Faustino, Francois Roche) and the use of architecture as allegory in Dante’s Inferno (and Boticelli’s map...