Postscript on the Societies of Control -Gilles Deleuze

The transition from Foucault disciplinary societies to Deleuze societies of control. Disciplinary societies: Vast closed environments, each with their own rules. Individual ceaselessly passes through one to the other. Prison serves as an analogical model for the closed system of disciplinary societies. These environments or enclaves are about enclosure and confinement their project is to…

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Weaving in Analogue and Digital Code

This week course is really interesting because I get to learn about weaving in both historical crafting way and modern digital platform. Weaving in Grasshopper & Rhino Apart from overwhelming by the logistic thinking behind Grasshopper, what gave me a strong impression of the building process is that we are building pattern within patterns. Just…

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The Sympathy of Things

Spuybroek starts with talking about Ruskin’s argument with industrialism and parallels this to his own connection of Gothic to the critique of modernism. While focusing on the concept and historical architecture, Spuybroek approaches it with a digital eye. Even though I am familiar with the Gothic architecture, it was always about the aesthetic part and this…

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