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Influencing Design With Robotics and Machines
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Rachel Dickey presents her research to investigate the potential for a machine and material epistemology in architecture. It explores the use of machines and tools in design not only in terms of material manipulation, but also as instruments which affect people and their environments.

7/11/2018
When: Wednesday July 11th
6PM to 7PM
Where: The Spoke Easy
1530 Elizabeth Ave
Suite 100
Charlotte, NC  28204
United States
Contact: Sandra Doherty
7049965877


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Rachel Dickey presents her research to investigate the potential for a machine and material epistemology in architecture. It explores the use of machines and tools in design not only in terms of material manipulation, but also as instruments which affect people and their environments. Dickey’s particular area of interest examines ways of engaging the body and technology to uncover design approaches which demonstrate the influential capacity of architecture to impact and enhance the lives of those who encounter it.

Price $10 (Includes 1 beer) 


PRESENTED BY: RACHEL DICKEY
Rachel Dickey is an Assistant Professor of the School of Architecture. She holds a Masters of Design Studies with a concentration in technology from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Master of Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology, where she received the Ventulett Distinguished Chair Award and Prize for her graduate thesis project.

As a teacher of undergraduate and graduate architecture studios and computational design seminars her classes investigate critical, theoretical, and practical technological approaches which emphasize design agency in architecture. Her research and work has been published in many journals including Architectural Review and was also published in Robotic Fabrication in Architecture, Art, and Design and in Paradigms in Computing. Dickey has exhibited at the Office for the Arts Ceramic Innovation Exhibition at Harvard, Des Cours in New Orleans, and the Museum of Design in Atlanta.


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