Interview with Rachel Armstrong (along with Anna Tetas and Albert Ferré of Actar) | ULGC/ The Architecture Post, February 2012
For those who had not the occasion to attend this lecture series, Liam Young invited scientists, literary astronauts, digital poets, speculative gamers, mavericks, visionaries and luminaries to sketch a fictional, future city, including the same Rachel Armstrong, Bruce Sterling, Warren Ellis, Daniel Dociu, Paul Duffield, Factory Fifteen, ARC Magazine, and Centre for Science and the Imagination.
|© Daniel Dociu|
"In response to the Under Sky brief concept artist Daniel Dociu has developed a series of visions of our future city. In this 'Urban Tectonic' series Daniel is exploring the city as a constructed geology." | Under Tomorrows Sky
Go to Dociu's website, it's worth visiting!
|Another image from © Daniel Dociu's portfolio not included in Under Tomorrows Sky.|
His entire work is available in his website.
Note that Liam Young, as curator of the Lisbon Architecture Triennial 2013, will pursue his investigation on this topic of future city — his project named Future Perfect — with the same mad team: Rachel Armstrong, Warren Ellis, Bruce Sterling, Daniel Docius, ARC Magazine, Paul Duffield, Centre for Science and the Imagination, and Geoff Manaugh of BLDGBLOG who is working — if not already achieved — on a so-long-expected book Future Landscapes, as usual published by Actar — the book may be available in few weeks. And more participants may be added to this list…
Close, Closer ı An interview with Beatrice Galilee, Liam Young and Mariana Pestana on Lisbon Architecture Triennial 2013 || ULGC/ The Architecture Post, February 2013
If you visit Under Tomorrows Sky, you will access to a series of videos from this lecture series: Oddone, Liam Young, Bruce Sterling, Simon Ings among others.
Under Tomorrows Sky Think Tank Introductions: Rachel Armstrong from liam young on Vimeo.