ARC 588

ARC 588– Ecological Practices: TM - Visualizing Ecologies

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Course No.: 22626

Department: Architecture

Semester: 2018 Spring

Location: Hayes Hall – 327

Meeting Day(s): Thursday

Meeting Time: 8:10AM - 10:50AM

Faculty: Hwang

This course will focus on strategies of representing contemporary ecological systems and phenomena. We will explore visualization techniques and tools to reveal and synthesize complex social, political, and environmental relationships. Drawing, diagramming, mapping, and image-based production processes will be investigated not only as methods for recording, but also as means to proactively confront subjective and temporal conditions. With an emphasis on developing skills in visual logic, this course will focus on exploring techniques of representation, not only as descriptors but also as interrogators, generators, and speculators.