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ether for software studies

 

AUDC put together this presentation on Ether for Lev Manovich's Software Studies workshop.

NewmediaFix Review of Blue Monday

Molly Hankwitz reviews Blue Monday at NewmediaFix.

Architects' Journal Review of Blue Monday

Kaye Alexander at the Architects Journal reviews Blue Monday.

ARQ review of Blue Monday

Mohamed Sharif reviews Blue Monday at ARQ: Architectural Research Quarterly.

Archidose Review of Blue Monday

John Hill reviews Blue Monday at Archidose.

audc goes open source

AUDC's new web site is now available to the world. More specifically, the site is powered by the open source Drupal content management system, but its appearance is determined by .css zen sub-theme that I designed. You can get it here.

european launch of blue monday

blue monday launch in limerick

Join AUDC co-founder Kazys Varnelis and the faculty and students of the School of Architecture at the University of Limerick, Ireland for the European launch of Blue Monday.

 

blue monday on the way

AUDC announces our first book, Blue Monday, forthcoming this spring from ACTAR.

Visit the special preview edition online here. We will be adding to this section of the site over the next few months.

audc at the first million

AUDC co-founder Robert Sumrell will be speaking at "The First Million" event, the inaugural physical world symposium held by BLDGBLOG on January 13th from 3 to 5pm at the Center for Land Use Interpretation, 9331 Venice Blvd., Culver City, California. Hosted by BLDGBLOG founder Geoff Manaugh, the event will also include CLUI's Matthew Coolidge, Mary-Ann Ray of Studioworks, Christine Wertheim, and Margaret Wertheim of the Institute for Figuring. Robert will be presenting new work on the Berlin Wall that AUDC undertook for Blue Monday, our first book, the final corrections of which we sent to ACTAR this week.

Desert America at Columbia

On Monday, November 20, 2006 at 6:30pm, AUDC will be presenting its work on the instant city of Quartzsite, Arizona as part of the American launch of Desert America: Territory of Paradox, a new book from ACTAR. AUDC co-founder Kazys Varnelis will be lecturing and will also speak about the piece on the launch of SpaceShipOne and the Mojave desert that he contributed to the book. Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Art, and Planning, Wood Auditorium, Avery Hall, Graduate School of Architecture, Preservation, and Planning.

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