“rE-ordering architecture: making machine and material kin” is an exhibition of digitally fabricated clay columns. Each column in this show presents a new “order”- a seed or fragment of a future entwinement between architecture and environment. Each of the four columns was digitally fabricated by 3D printing clay, a process which requires reconsidering anthropocentric notions of authorship, precision, and control. Featuring work by Shelby Doyle; Frank Melendez and Nancy Diniz; Kelley Van Dyck Murphy; and Jonathan A. Scelsa with Greg Sheward. Located at Usagi Gallery in DUMBO at 163 Plymouth St, Brooklyn, NY 11201. The exhibition will be free and open to the public from May 5 – May 25 with a closing reception on the evening of May 25.
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