Just as our exhibition on the digital visualisation of new urban developments finishes, I’ve learnt about another one: New Views: The Rendered Image in Architecture. The bad news for me is that it’s in Chicago; the good news is that it’s on til January next year, so I have plenty of time to figure out how to get there. Thanks to Joel McKim for telling me about it.
September 2, 2013
New Views: The Rendered Image in Architecture
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- This blog is about how people encounter visual images, and what happens in those encounters (that's what I mean by visual culture). I'm interested in both everyday doings (things like family snaps, for example) and the more specialised ways in which more and more social scientists are using images as research tools (that's what I mean by visual research methods).