Dark Frames Series
Mar. 30, 2018
6:00pm to 7:00pm
Chiles Theater, Moody Center for the Arts

Andrew Zago, principal at Zago Architecture, joins us for a lecture at 6:00pm at Chiles Theater at Moody Center for the Arts. 

Andrew Zago teaches at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) and is a clinical professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Zago is a recipient of both an Academy Award in Architecture from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and a Fellowship Grant from the United States Artists organization. Notable projects include the Downtown Los Angeles offices of Arup, the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, and a design studio facility for Cornell University's Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.  

Dark Frames: the art of image processing is a series of events that reflects on the ways artists, architects, and scientists interpret images to understand the real world. In workshop, lecture, and symposium formats, the project asks: How can the visual arts use scientific models of objective image-making towards creative ends? These events are organized by Rice Architecture Assistant Professor Michelle Chang to investigate how objective and non-objective practices create different kinds of knowledge. 

Funding for the series is generously provided by the Rice University Arts Initiatives Grant and the Humanities Research Center. In-kind support is provided by the Moody Center for the Arts. 

For more information on "Dark Frames", go here

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