December 7, 2007
Analogue or Digital: Copenhagen Calls to Question Role of Digitalization in Architectural Research
The European Association for Architectural Education (EAAE) and the Architectural Research Centers Consortium (ARCC ) have invited individuals within the architectural community to submit papers relating to the topic of "digitalization." The Conference describes, "...digitalization has opened a path leading to new forms of representation and new opportunities with regard to developing and handling highly complex spatial and surface forms." As such, architects must now face not only the implication of the "analogue world" but now must also address "architecture and the digital world - dealing with new methods and tools, and with the virtual world as an independent source of meaning."
Papers will be reviewed by a committee including architectural professors from the Oslo School of Architecture, the Dublin School of Architecture, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture, University of Houston, School of Architecture, Ball State University, and University of Minnesota. Send submissions to The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Philip de Langes Alle' 10, 1435 Copenhagen K, Denmark, and go to www.eaae.be for more information.