machine, AI, pre-Bauhaus, Bauhaus, post-Bauhaus, digital technology, visualization, Henry Van de Velde, Loie Fuller, Walter Gropius
Architectural Technology | Architecture
Human and machine intelligence has the potential to re-design objects and spaces of the past and generate an artificially alternate collection of reimagined Bauhaus images. Present A.I. technologies can operate as synthetic imaginations of historic Bauhaus principles and design ambitions to create a possible future. The past becomes altered through our understanding of its contributions to an alternate present.
Alves, Madeline and Zearfoss, Erin, "Artificially Alternate Bauhaus: Gremlins of Function, Body, and Pattern" (2023). Architecture Senior Theses. 541.
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