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Fieldstation Studio: lecture series on Media Ecology


Clement Valla’s talk “Scanners” explores the entanglement between humans and computers in image creation and interpretation. Focusing on the unexpected gaps and seams of digital systems, Valla uncovers surprising imagery and highlights skuomorphic boundaries resulting from interactions between the physical and digital realms. Through technology, particularly 3D scanning, he defamiliarizes nature, attending to non-humans and creating images for machines. The discussion will delve into the unique relationship 3D scanning has with dimensional space and temporal representation, intersecting with the histories of photography and cinema.

Clement Valla is a New York based artist whose work considers how humans and computers are increasingly entangled in making, seeing and reading pictures.

Would be great to see many of you! Please register here: https://events.teams.microsoft.com/event/911fabfa-fe4b-43d4-b6f9-7d6de412764f@3973589b-9e40-4eb5-800e-b0b6383d1621

The lecture series is moderated and curated by prof. Corneel Cannaerts, Fieldstation Studio Ghent, KU Leuven Faculty of Architecture (https://fieldstations.net/media-ecologies)