Kenneth Kirschner and Joshue Ott in conversation with Yuri Suzuki
Museum of Modern Art October 23 6:00-8:00PM
MoMA and Eyebeam are hosting a conversation about the intersection of design and technology in creative practice. Participants include current Eyebeam artists-in-residence Joshue Ott and Kenneth Kirschner, and Design Interactions Studio featured designer Yuri Suzuki. Drinks and lively conversation guaranteed.
Each week the Design Social features artists, designers, and inventors talking about the intersections between design, technology, and creative practice. Free and open to all ages.
Dream House is a generative 3D simulation of a “female” biomorphic architectural structure that dynamically builds up with consumer products over 7 hours. The accumulation of waste occurs in real time and is left up to chance, producingunique randomized animations. Two cameras capture the real time simulation from multiple angles, providing numerous experiences of the same scene. Thepiece is a monument to desire and waste caused by a system that manipulates desire for monetary means.