The “Design and Making in the Trinidad Carnival: Histories, Re-imaginations, and Speculations of Computational Design Futures” exhibition, curated by and
From September 15th to November 4th, 2022, my Carnival and Artificial Intelligence (Carnival AI) project is on display at SAVVY
The ACADIA 2021, Realignments: Toward Critical Computation conference proceedings, has been released. The publication was edited by the conference chairs
On October 21st, 2022, I was a Keynote at the Toronto Geometry and Architecture workshop at The University of Toronto.
I am currently recruiting Ph.D. students to join the Situated Computation + Design Lab (Sit.Co.De) at Georgia Tech. Applications are due December 31st
June 2022 – My paper, “Computational regionalism: De-familiarization of tectonics in the wire-bending craft” was published in the International Journal
In Spring 2022, I developed and taught a senior interdisciplinary studio around my research into lightweight structures at Georgia Tech.
On April 22nd, 2022, I was a keynote for the University of Pennsylvania Ph.D. Conference on Architectural Research with the
On March 7, 2022, I gave a talk titled, “Craft and Computation: Grounding our field in the social world” at
On February 10, 2022, I gave a guest lecture titled, “Situated Computations, AI & Design” for the AI in the