BIM Incubator Architechnopoetic Workshops
April 12, 2019—April 13, 2019 · School of Architecture
David A. Gardner ’69 Magic Project Grant
BIM Incubator will consist of experimental architecture, art, and technology workshops and poetic symposia that culminate in live performances staged at the Architectural Laboratory (Embodied Computation Lab and Labatore). The Incubator will serve as an intellectual platform for new thinking and making at the nexus of architecture, technology, the arts, and society that will engage academics, architects, artists, and robots at Princeton and beyond. In addition to poetry and musical artists, the Incubator will premiere new work by a Burkina Faso-based dance company directed by Princeton visiting lecturer Olivier Tarpaga and supported by the New England Foundation of the Arts (NEFA).
BIM Incubator is a Humanities Council Magic Project.
Support for BIM Incubator has been provided in part by Princeton University’s Center for Digital Humanities, School of Architecture, Lewis Center for the Arts, and Bain-Swiggett Fund, Department of English, IHUM, Council on Science and Technology, and Black Box.