On April 27th at 6 pm, the Open Lecture Series of the architecture faculty will be happy to present Los Angeles based architect M. Casey Rehm at Kanuti Gildi SAAL (Pikk 20, Tallinn). Open Lectures are open to all architecture and design, IT and robotics, but also fine arts students, professionals and general audience intrigued by spatial, urban and design matters: the lectures are in English and free of charge.
M. Casey Rehm founded his design and algorithmic consulting studio to explore the area spanning from architectural design and interactive media to robotic software development, data visualization and algorithmic consulting. The studio currently focuses on projects driven by the use of non-human intelligent agents to mediate and amplify the relationship between the digital, analog, and the human. Rehm’s lecture in Tallinn will discuss Kinch’s interest in the role non-human intelligences and contemporary developments in automation can inform new aesthetics and reshape the practice of design; he will present a series of research lines ranging from media, robotics, and pavilion design and construction.
M. Casey Rehm received a MSAAD from Columbia University in 2009 and his BARCH from Carnegie Mellon University in 2005. He has over 10 years of architectural experience, working for firms in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, and London prior to opening Kinch. Currently he teaches design studios and seminars in architecture, programming and robotics in design at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles.
More on M. Casey Rehm: http://kinch-d.com/
Open Lecture Series is supported by Estonian Cultural Endowment and organised by the Estonian Academy of Arts faculty of architecture. All lectures are in English and free of charge.
Series is curated by Sille Pihlak and Siim Tuksam (PART)
More info: Pille Epner
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