Kyle Miller will present recent projects that portray architectural design as a form of scholarship and construct an alternative use of history within speculative design. Miller's research links analysis and projection by adding to, subtracting from, editing, doubling, and transforming existing architectural acts from the history of our discipline. In scrutinizing architecture’s interrelationships and origins, the output of these projects makes explicit links between formal composition, spatial relationships, aesthetic qualities, and the continuity of architectural discourse across generations; and suggests new trajectories for contemporary practice.
Miller is Architecture Program Director at Syracuse University in Florence, Assistant Professor at Syracuse University School of Architecture and Co-Founder of Possible Mediums. His design research has been supported by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts and has been included in the AIA Emerging Professionals Exhibition and recently shown at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles, Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, and Yale University’s School of Architecture.
Der Vortrag findet in englischer Sprache statt.