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This exhibition introduces Jordan Geiger’s design research on the architecture and human-computer interactions of “Very Large Organizations (VLOs).” Today, human-computer interactions cross vast sweeps in scale in the built environment, and are heavily influenced by new formations of global financial and communications networks, and abrupt social and environmental events. The show is an overview of several VLOs and how they present a potent new field for design. Work is documented graphically and presented on flags as a “Hall of VLOs.” The exhibition launched first at WUHO Gallery in Los Angeles, April, 2013 and then moved to Studio-X New York, November, 2013.

Day For Night

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Day For Night was a temporary architectural environment that operated on the street life of downtown San Jose, California […]