Every year, GBBN Architects undertakes its Design Issues Series (DIS). It’s a collaborative, interoffice exhibit taking place through their offices in Louisville, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh that digs into timely design issues—like digital tools, prefabrication, public space, and perception. Their aim is to explore design in an experimental, open-ended way while deepening the community’s connection to design by thoughtfully involving them in the processes that shape our built environment. 21c Louisville is happy to host DIS: Screen Time in the 21c video lounge and we invite you to explore these ideas with us at a panel discussion on November 26.
(DIS) 2019: Screen Time
How do screens distort our understanding of space and scale? DIS: Screen Time explores this question by crowdsourcing individual submissions that fill a predetermined space. A couple of questions we asked ourselves: How do they shape our experience of space? What role do they play in the creation of the built environment?
THE EXHIBIT: Nov. 21 – Dec. 1
DIS 2019: Screen Time is an interactive, crowdsourced, 3D projection-mapping experiment. It enables attendees to experience—and interact with—projection-mapping technologies to distort and play with their sense of scale and deepen their appreciation of its importance in the design processes that shape our built environment.
PANEL DISCUSSION: Nov. 26 at 6:30 pm
Join practicing visual artists, Christopher Ottinger and Valerie Sullivan Fuchs, and GBBN’s Ted Madden at 21c Museum Hotel Louisville for a panel discussion about the exhibit.