Opening Reception | March 26, 2010, 6:30pm
Architecture Building, Linear Gallery
The LINEAR GALLERY show DIGITAL conception(s) is a retrospective exhibition of architectural digital design media explorations conducted by undergraduate and graduate students of architecture working with Michael A. Ambrose, Assistant Professor of Architecture, at the University of Maryland School of Architecture.
The exhibition showcases applied research of digital media techniques, methods and processes exposed in several courses taught by Prof. Ambrose with broad reaching collateral effects (academic papers, design awards, prizes and honors) throughout the undergraduate and graduate programs in architecture.
The three primary areas of work involve animation, conceptualization and fabrication. Student work from digital media seminars, independent study projects, individual research, design studios, and thesis projects are used to demonstrate various digital processes and techniques.
Michael A. Ambrose | curator
Christine Arnold | student director LINEAR GALLERY
image: Christine Arnold | MArch candidate 2010 | arch670 spring 2009
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