Graduate thesis at SCI-Arc is an opportunity for M.Arch students to explore a set of relevant disciplinary issues as they complete their programs of study and research with a presentation and public exhibition of an individual disciplinary position that expands the boundaries of contemporary architectural practice.
The Form@ series of discussions focus on on topics relevant to graduate students working on their thesis projects.
Winners of the best graduate thesis prize of 2022 talk to the class of 2023.
The third 2023 Graduate Thesis symposium focuses on critically engaging nature and design.
Principals from four studios discuss their architecture in terms of building.
A panel discussion on AI.
Alexander Galloway discusses the diagonal line as a technology.
Bryony Roberts discusses her research and design practice, focusing on spatial conditions of the public realm, and the social and cultural conditions that inform them.
Aimi Hamraie and Kelly Fritsch arguefor a crip technoscience as acritical project that centers the experiences of disabled people as designers.
Past winners of the Gehry Prize for best graduate thesis project share their experiences of thesis with the current class.
Barry Wark discusses the possibilities of an eco-centric architecture.
Carpenter discusses the critical need for new tools and techniques to visualize, filter, interpret, and share high-dimensional datasets.
LeRonn P. Brooks discusses the work of Paul R. Williams in the context of Los Angeles.
Mimi Zeiger discusses the modernist legacy of Columbus, Ohio.
Matt Checkowski discusses his work at the intersection of storytelling, design, and technology.
Kristy Balliet and John Cooper moderate a discussion on graduate thesis at SCI-Arc.
Klein and Ruy discuss AI in the field of architecture.
Daniel Birnbaum discusses challenges facing the production and display of art today.
How the coronavirus crisis has transformed our relationship to technology.
Freestyle model making and 3-dimensional assemblage.
Lev Manovich analyzes the visual aesthetics of Instagram.
A discussion of current museological conditions of display and dissemination.
Graduate thesis students and faculty meet as a group via Zoom and discuss logistics, schedules, and goals.
A lecture about portable art, music boxes, dollhouses and tiny models.