Architecture is a broadcast medium; a low definition form of communication, and a faint signal surrounded by an blizzard of noise. This condition of information overload, distraction and a superabundance of channels is the cultural backdrop of our lives. How can architecture communicate, create space and focus attention in the age of accelerated signals? In this talk, Meejin Yoon shares recent projects from memorials to submersibles to buildings that explore these questions.
This event is free and open to the public. There is one (1) AIA continuing education credit available to those who attend.