François Roche lecture at the AA London: Ecosophical Apparatus and Skizoïd Machines
29 April 2010
Machines are always pretending to do more than they were programmed to do. It’s their nature. The blur between what they are supposed to do, as perfect alienated and domesticated creatures, and the anthropomorphic psychology we intentionally project on to them, creates a spectrum of potentiality, both interpretative and productive. Read more here...
R&Sie(n) was founded in 1989 by François Roche and Stéphanie Lavaux. Their architectural work is simultaneously organic, biological and critical. It seeks to articulate the real and/or fictional, geographic situations and narrative structures that can transform them.
See www.new-territories.com/blog/architecturedeshumeurs/ and www.new-territories.com.
Many of François Roche projects were done in Grasshopper and with the help of the Rhino SDK.