Carl Lostritto (Assistant Professor, Architecture) will have his work exhibited, he will give a talk and he offer a workshop at the forthcoming, Designing the Computational Image + Imagining Computational Design Exhibition, at Carnegie Mellon’s Miller Gallery in Pittsburgh, PA on October 7th and 8th. The exhibit, which draws from both history and contemporary practices […]
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Two artists who practice within and around the discipline of Architecture–Carl Lostritto (Assistant Professor, Architecture) and Mike Nesbit–exhibit and perform a live studio session of their ongoing collaboration. Both Lostritto and Nesbit use their work to provoke architectural questions via structured procedures. In Lostritto’s work, he controls algorithms in the domain of drawing. In Nesbit’s […]
An essay by Carl Lostritto (Assistant Professor, Architecture), The Value of Randomness in Art and Design, has been published as part of Fast Company’s EV1D3NCE series, on what science has to say about design, creativity, innovation, and visual culture.
The following studios and workshops will utilize the new RISD Co-Works space in Spring/Summer 2015: Convivial Tools: Workshops for Contrivance The objectives of the three 4-week, 1-credit workshops proposed for Co-Works are to create a shared infrastructure and support affinities of research founded on collaborative working. A long-term purpose of the pilot of serial 1-credit […]
The 2050 Fund was established to help stimulate the landscape of art and design education and promote RISD’s leadership in this global arena, while keeping in mind the challenges faced by higher education. Congratulations to the following grant winners, whose proposals imagine the future of art and design education for RISD, and promote RISD as the leading […]