A 3-day symposium bringing together researchers and practitioners from art, architecture, technology and sociology to explore the emerging role of “situated” technologies in the design and inhabitation of the contemporary city.
Architecture and Situated Technologies, organized by Omar Khan, Trebor Scholz, and Mark Shepard, is a co-production of the Center for Virtual Architecture, The Institute for Distributed Creativity, and the Architectural League of New York, as part of the League’s celebration of the 125th anniversary of its founding.
Architecture and Situated Technologies is supported by the J. Clawson Mills Fund of the Architectural League, the School of Architecture and Planning, and the Department of Media Study at the University at Buffalo.
The symposium was convened in October 2016 at the Urban Center and Eyebeam in New York City.
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