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Concrete Geometries: Spatial Form in Social and Aesthetic Processes

Concrete Geometries: Spatial Form in Social and Aesthetic Processes

‘Concrete Geometries – Spatial Form in Social and Aesthetic Processes’ will take place at the Architectural Association on 15th October 2010. 20 international artists and architects will discuss the potential of spatial form as a socially engaged and experientially relevant tool.

Concrete Geometries is a work-in-progress term derived from the synthesis of ‘concrete’, registering an existing reality or actual experience, and the abbreviation ‘geometries’, denoting spatial form. Set up as a research cluster at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, and directed by Marianne Mueller and Olaf Kneer, Concrete Geometries is devoted to the intimate relationship between spatial form and human processes – be they social or aesthetic – and the variety of new material entities this relationship might provoke. The symposium is one of a series of events organized by the cluster.

For more information, visit the symposium’s official website.

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Sebastian Jordana

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Concrete Geometries: Spatial Form in Social and Aesthetic Processes" 08 Oct 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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