Abstract white designs


Visualizing | Representing | Generating

September 10, 2018 - October 12, 2018

Education Hall, Center Gallery
Long Island, NY

Visualizing | Representing | Generating

NYIT School of Architecture and Design Visualization Curriculum Exhibition

The exhibition presents the work developed by NYIT School of Architecture and Design in the Visualization sequence in Fall 2017 and Spring 2018. The curriculum explores critical tools and methods for how visualizing, representing and generating can inform critical architectural thinking. From freehand sketching to hybrid drawings to advanced generative platforms that engage computational processes and digital fabrication, the work developed represents a trajectory on how forms of integrated digital processes for visualizing, representing, and generating can have an impact on the transferability between the analog and digital realm. The process of translating ideas into visual formats that foster iteratively the transition from the mind-hand to the machine and vice-versa enable us to develop a critical approach to the creative process. The exhibition is a collection of selected student work that aims to portray multiple design trajectories and advanced explorations in computation, digital fabrication, and media.