Media Architecture Biennale 2012
On 15-17 November architects, artists, researchers and companies from all over the world met to create the future of media architecture – and to discuss the way in which media architecture revolutionises the urban space and our way of living in it. Martin Brynskov, an associate professor at the Centre for Advanced Visualization and Interaction (CAVI), is the general chair of the biennale.
“Media architecture changes the way we approach traditional architecture. This is a field which is developing really fast, and we are looking forward a great deal to hearing what the leading experts think about how media architecture influences our perceptions of buildings and cities,” he says.