Void or How to Deal with a LOT
A lot of images, architectural blogs, Dezeen, ArchDaily, internet, public space, fashion, Tokyo, Vetements, Barad, brand, void, measurement, empty center, data, 10 years of online architectural publishing, 300 000 images, a weather prognosis, a cloud, an architectural mutant, flavors of contemporary architecture, avatars… dive right into it; filter, search, crawl, articulate. Use machine learning. Write a poem, or code a couple of them. Make sense of what is in fashion now. Compose your own “online mask” - play with information.
Miro Roman is an architect, a researcher, an artist, a designer, and none from the stated. His main focus is at the overlap of information technologies and architectural articulations.
Miro holds a Master of Advanced Studies degree in Computer Aided Architectural Design from ETH Zurich, and a Master in Architecture degree from the University of Zagreb. Since 2004 he is collaborating with Luka Vlahović on project romanvlahovic. From 2013 to 2015 he was a part of the Future Cities Laboratory, interdisciplinary research programme of the Singapore ETH Centre for Global Environmental Sustainability (SEC). Currently he is a PHD researcher at the Chair of CAAD at ETH Zürich.