There are no contemporary issues, practices or peoples that escape imaging immersion (I/I), and immersion imaging (I/I) is the necessary condition for the production and experience of architecture today. By focusing on the technologies, theories, media, and potentials of this nexus of the digital/actual/ virtual/manual we can productively and creatively engage and explore any architectural problem.

How is architecture being redefined by the kinds of diffusion, interface, engagement, effects and affects engendered by I/I? How does our dependence on digital devices and media engender I/I in architecture? How can imaging theory assist our understanding of this reciprocal condition? How does the complex intersection of digital/actual/ virtual/manual inform our production and inhabitation of environments?  How did this condition emerge in history and what are its possible futures?

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Prof. Amber Bartosh
Syracuse University School of Architecture
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