Computationally-Enhanced Ecologies, Organisms, and Parasites. Speculative Explorations of Symbiotic Oscillations
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This paper presents theoretical and practical research related to computationally-enhanced environments, analysing speculative explorations of media technologies that extend our understanding on alternative modes of architectural realities. An analysis is made concerning this transformation of interior spaces that realise immaterial dimensions and hidden layers of information, demonstrating strategies for computationally-enhanced ecologies that become an essential organism of the functions and aesthetics of space. The case studies presented in this work attempt to focus on how technological development and cutting-edge media practices are utilized to create objects and systems within the physical space for augmenting and amplifying creative processes, and exploring not only new and novel applications, but rather redefine behavior, thought- process, context, and symbiosis.
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