Francois Dallegret, Space City - Astronef 732 Space City, 1963, an early Graphic ink drawing
Dallegret concieved a Space City to be shot to Mars for the purpose of studying reactions of younger generations to conditions of extreme crowding in relation to speed. Dallegret aligned himself with the great innovators of the 20th century, Le Corbusier, Buckmaster Fuller (who exhibited a geodesic dome at the Expo ‘67) and Joe Colombo, whose vision of streamlined modular living corresponded with Dallegret’s own futurism.
Collaboration between ZEITGUISED and photographer Ben Sandler, Badlands, 2014. CG engineering by Marian Pramberger. image posted with permission of the artists.
The Badlands series is a collaboration between photographer Ben Sandler and the digital art group ZEITGUISED. Sandler’s photographs of the Arizona desert are juxtaposed with ZEITGUISED’s digital modeling tools to interpret the phenomenology of the region’s geological formations. The resulting work reveals the contrast of the stark reality of the desert topography against the slick reductive qualities of the digital remodeling.
Gilles Retsin, Prototype for a 3D printed house, 2011-2012, AA-DRL thesis project. In collaboration with Sophia Tang, Nicholette Chan, Aaron Silver. Critics : Robert Stuart-Smith, Knut Brunier, Tyson Hosmer