Friday, March 7, 2014

DATA BODIES Grasshopper workshop, Paris (France)


Data by itself has no meaning. It fills databases. This data must be examined in order to become meaningful. Humans must interact with it. Information arises when humans examine the data. Knowledge is created when information is transformed through human social interactions.” 

DATA BODIES Grasshopper workshop
Paris, France
May 9-11, 2014


The space in which we live can be monitored in many aspects and appears to be to be a gradient of data in continuous evolution and change. One of the major advantages of parametric tools is to be able to inform the design processes with accurate, specific and variable, in space and time, data streams.

DATA BODIES is a Grasshopper workshop that will focus on its nature as an information processor and how it can manipulate data, streaming inputs from various sources and using data feeds to inform geometry or data structures from the very simple up to more complex ones. The aim is to understand information and data articulation as a spatial and architectural operation. Results may range from pure data communication protocols, dataviz or data-driven geometries, depending on the skill levels and aspirations of each participant. The brief is also open to the suggestions and opportunities that may rise during the workflow.

Rhino 5, Grasshopper, gHowl, MeshEdit, WeaverBird, Firefly, Lunchbox will be used during the workshop.

TUTOR: Andrea Graziano, Co-de-iT
CURATOR: Francesco Cingolani, superbelleville coworking


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