SCI-Arc EDGE Design Theory & Pedagogy alumni speak about the unique one year platform that is the MS Design Theory & Pedagogy Program and how it enabled them to formulate their pedagogical positions and current career trajectories. Khosro Salarian, Claudia Wainer, Yara Feghali, Dylan Krueger, Henry Yang, Matthew Lopez, Ryan Scavnicky and Garet Ammerman discuss the projects, research and pedagogical models they developed in the context of the Design Theory & Pedagogy program at SCI-Arc.
Viviano Villarreal-Buerón [Principal Mass Operations/ SCI-Arc EDGE MS Design Theory & Pedagogy Alumnus] shares the vision for his professional simulation studio developed in the context of SCI-Arc’s Design Theory & Pedagogy program and taught by Villarreal-Buerón at the ESADI School of Design and Architecture in Monterrey in the summer semester 2019.
In the Spring semester 2017 SCI-Arc hosted an advanced design studio taught by Frank Gehry and Gehry Partners addressing the future of prisons and issues of incarceration.
A SCI-Arc Channel Clip Joint: SCI-Arc invites you to take a closer look at a debate between two philosophers with a particular influence on art and culture.
A SCI-Arc Channel Clip Joint: SCI-Arc invites you to discuss the resulting trajectories uncovered when taking a closer look at a lecture by Gregory Crewdson.
Ferda Kolatan joins Erik Ghenoiu and David Ruy to discuss the relationship between concept and form in architecture and the future of architectural pedagogy.
Author Todd Gannon and Joe Day discuss Gannon’s book Reyner Banham and the Paradoxes of High Tech.
Danny Wills [SCI-Arc M.S. in Design Theory & Pedagogy candidate - EDGE Postgraduate Program, and Co-founder of SPACE SALOON] and Gian Maria Socci [Faculty INDA - Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok and Co-founder of SPACE SALOON] explore how contemporary surveying technologies and collaborative design + build projects are implemented in a new understanding of site and landscape
Cultural theorist Benjamin Bratton speaks with science fiction writer Bruce Sterling about Sterling’s ongoing work on the Novel of Turin, the cross-fertilization of ideas between industrial design and science fiction, and the role of risk models as an infrastructural form of speculation.