Machines to Make Humans Think I

(Architecture et Utopie—Paris, 1990)


For an exhibition in Paris curated by Kristin Feireiss, intended to show the possiblities of autogenerated computer architecture, displayed via computer graphics and model. Once compositional elements from Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye — façade, stairs, slope, columns, walls, etc. — are input, the computer program automatically assesses and rearranges their placement, sizes, angles, etc. Programming: Eiji Hashimoto