Faculty of Design Speaker Series: Tali Krakowsky: Algorithmic Anthologies


Krakowsky is Director of Experience Design for Imaginary Forces

 
DateWednesday, February 27, 2008 - 11:30pm

Cost

Free

Email

general@ocad.ca

Location

Auditorium 100 McCaul St., Toronto, Ontario

The Faculty of Design is pleased to present an evening talk by Tali Krakowsky, Director of Experience Design for Imaginary Forces, as the final presentation in its annual speaker series.

Tali Krakowsky: "Algorithmic Anthologies: The Architecture of Play"

Tali Krakowsky, Director of Experience Design for Imaginary Forces, has been extensively involved for the last five years in concept development, management and development of the division and its projects in both the New York and Los Angeles offices. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Design from Parsons the New School for Design and a Master of Arts from UCLA's School of Architecture, with a thesis on interactive architecture.

Krakowsky has had a leading role in a range of projects for Imaginary Forces, including immersive environments for Airbus, BMW, IBM, MoMA and the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco. Additionally, she has worked on the World Trade Center redesign competition, an installation for the Netherlands Architecture Institute and MoMA's Tall Buildings exhibition as part of the design consortium United Architects. In addition to her work at Imaginary Forces, Tali has published several articles on design, architecture, and innovation through collaboration, and has been teaching a class on Experience Design at Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles.

Presented with the generous support of M.C. McCain.

All are welcome to attend, and admission is free. This presentation takes place in the OCAD Auditorium at 100 McCaul Street, Toronto. Limited seating available; guests are advised to arrive early.

DateWednesday, February 27, 2008 - 11:30pm

Cost

Free

Email

general@ocad.ca

Website Location

Auditorium 100 McCaul St., Toronto, Ontario

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Tali Krakowsky
Wednesday, February 27, 2008 - 11:30pm

The Faculty of Design is pleased to present an evening talk by Tali Krakowsky, Director of Experience Design for Imaginary Forces, as the final presentation in its annual speaker series.

Tali Krakowsky: "Algorithmic Anthologies: The Architecture of Play"

Tali Krakowsky, Director of Experience Design for Imaginary Forces, has been extensively involved for the last five years in concept development, management and development of the division and its projects in both the New York and Los Angeles offices. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Design from Parsons the New School for Design and a Master of Arts from UCLA's School of Architecture, with a thesis on interactive architecture.

Krakowsky has had a leading role in a range of projects for Imaginary Forces, including immersive environments for Airbus, BMW, IBM, MoMA and the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco. Additionally, she has worked on the World Trade Center redesign competition, an installation for the Netherlands Architecture Institute and MoMA's Tall Buildings exhibition as part of the design consortium United Architects. In addition to her work at Imaginary Forces, Tali has published several articles on design, architecture, and innovation through collaboration, and has been teaching a class on Experience Design at Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles.

Presented with the generous support of M.C. McCain.

All are welcome to attend, and admission is free. This presentation takes place in the OCAD Auditorium at 100 McCaul Street, Toronto. Limited seating available; guests are advised to arrive early.

Venue & Address: 
Auditorium 100 McCaul St., Toronto, Ontario
Email: 
general@ocad.ca
Cost: 
Free
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