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Filtration Fields

An exhibition as interested in you as you in it, Filtration Fields responds to the daily movement of people in the UTS Design, Architecture and Building Courtyard.

Two smart-skin surfaces made of laser-cut Perspex and robotically controlled by servo motors and sensors, will line up either side of university traffic creating a hyperspace of live particle-flow patterns.

Filtration Fields draws on PHD research conducted by Architecture academics Joanne Jakovch and Jason McDermott as well as design led research taught in the Master of Architecture Design studio Computational Environments.

You can see it and be seen by it, between April 30 – May 22 at the DAB LAB research gallery located on the Level 4 Courtyard, 702-730 Harris Street, Ultimo.



BY jesse

April 4th, 2011


An exhibition as interested in you as you in it, Filtration Fields responds to the daily movement of people in the UTS Design, Architecture and Building Courtyard.

Two smart-skin surfaces made of laser-cut Perspex and robotically controlled by servo motors and sensors, will line up either side of university traffic creating a hyperspace of live particle-flow patterns.

Filtration Fields draws on PHD research conducted by Architecture academics Joanne Jakovch and Jason McDermott as well as design led research taught in the Master of Architecture Design studio Computational Environments.

You can see it and be seen by it, between April 30 – May 22 at the DAB LAB research gallery located on the Level 4 Courtyard, 702-730 Harris Street, Ultimo.


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