Final assessments of the AA Media Studies 2017

The final assessments of all media studies courses at the Architectural Association took place last week in London. AJGA ran two courses with a core focus on computational modelling and fabrication techniques. Congratulations to students Taiki Takemura and Masha Tatalovic for achieving high passes.

AA MEDIA is an experimental testing ground for exploring and interrogating the tools of the discipline – tools with which we speculate, manipulate and play; compute, control and test; communicate, seduce, and provoke. Acting as both training camp and laboratory, it is a diverse, multidisciplinary program where unexpected collisions and obsessive attention to detail expose a rich...

Final assessments of the AA Media Studies 2017

The final assessments of all media studies courses at the Architectural Association took place last week in London. AJGA ran two courses with a core focus on computational modelling and fabrication techniques. Congratulations to students Taiki Takemura and Masha Tatalovic for achieving high passes.

AA MEDIA is an experimental testing ground for exploring and interrogating the tools of the discipline – tools with which we speculate, manipulate and play; compute, control and test; communicate, seduce, and provoke. Acting as both training camp and laboratory, it is a diverse, multidisciplinary program where unexpected collisions and obsessive attention to detail expose a rich seam of creative potential. Media Studies presents an opportunity to develop individual practice, where students hone their dexterity with established and progressive media, actively testing modes of production through focused acts of doing and making.