Performing Pedagogy –  A Conversation with Ruairi Glynn

One of the enduring points of reference at CAN is the Interactive Architecture Lab, the London-based research group and Masters program at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. Founded by Ruairi Glynn, it draws from both the rich legacy of cybernetics and bold multidisciplinary practice in London architectural education. Regardless of whether you know the lab by name or not, you’ve seen some of their responsive objects, performances, and installations; machine-dancer collaborative choreographies, polyhedral garden robots, and (most recently) demonstrated by the selection of the VR project Palimpsest as our ‘reader’s choice’ favourite and most memorable project of 2016.

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