This spring the BAC will feature student work from design workshops and studios that explored material limits and capacities through our emerging spaces of making/fabrication. In each course, students were challenged to think differently about drawing and making – experimenting with new techniques in representation and making to test their assumptions and create material discoveries. The work represents collaborative experiments from a number of BAC courses including Screen Walls taught by Matt Trimble, Outside the Bot taught by Charles Garcia and Levi Tofias, Material Digital taught by Greg Nemes and Levi Tofias, Computing Drawing Space by Carl Lostritto, and Digital Surgeon taught by Youngjin Lee and Seunghyun Kim. Many were supported by the BAC’s Education Committee [EdCo] grants.
Models should be submitted by April 1st to Kyle Sturgeon, Tim Hoffman, or the CNC Lab. Please include your name, project title, and course. The work will be up from April 7th until April 25 – gaining heavy exposure during the Boston Marathon. A reception will be held April 30 at 6pm – RSVP to Kyle Sturgeon (Kyle.Sturgeon@the-bac.edu).
See attached exhibit layout. Student models will occupy areas #4 and potentially #6. Please pass along to those students who have been producing great work that should be included!