Workshop: Acquired Techniques II

- Unfolding spatial mechanisms

By forensic investigations of machines this workshop unfolds the spatial mechanisms
of the tools and techniques related to the architectural working process and methods.
The after-school workshop will focus upon architectural production as a conglomerate
of various analogue and digital methods, and provide the basics, the tips/tricks - and
how the tools themselves become operational for spatial/thematic investigations.
Eventually, this will become an interweaved spatial machine, exhibition and pamphlet
produced by the (by-)products of the trials and errors, tests and victories.

Tue 3/12: Machine Forensics as Spatial Potentials; Collage as an Operational Tool
Wed 4/12: Re-tracing Space; Exploring through Drawing
Thu 5/12: Emerging Stereotomic Spaces; Investigating through Casting (Model I)
Mon 9/12: Versatile Systems; Model as Three-dimensional Drawing (Model II)
Tue 10/12: Chronotopic Conditions; Photo Documentation and Camera as tool
Wed 11/12: Spatial Machine(s); Presentation lay-out and Exhibition

Arranged and conducted by Karianne Halse, Mika Friis, Espen Lunde Nielsen,
James Martin, Jakob Ingemansson, in collaboration with SpArk and
Aarhus School of Architecture.