Between data, images and habitats, Nicolas Antille and FieldStation studio discuss how data shapes the living, from the golem to the city.
Nicolas Antille is a biomedical engineer specialized in scientific visualization. He developed data visualization tools for the Human Brain and Blue Brain labs in Geneva. He is currently working in collaboration with the University of Geneva on projects aimed at developing virtual reality experiences and digital simulations of biological phenomena.
FieldStation studio is a platform run by Corneel Cannaerts and Michiel Helbig at the Faculty of Architecture of KU Leuven. It is part of the international fieldstations.net network which promotes research on the Anthropocene. Their collective work focuses on emerging technologies and their impact on architectural cultures and practices in relation to the Anthropocene and the technosphere.
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