Jack Oliva-Rendler: Apparatus for Technical Logic in Analytic Structures
Advisor: Casey Rehm
Apparatus for Technical Logic in Analytic Structures
Along a strata, giving access to diverse and ecological contexts, infrastructure is explored in its capacity to give structure to the creative and analytic processess involved
in the creation of our built environment. Infrastructure is proposed as being responsible for physical and environmental systems, as well as informational infrastructures that give coordination between multiple layers of our built environment in itself, and the cognitive processes that create our built environment. Directional components host a dependency model between information that is stagnated or preserved deemed an enduring value, and the postulate projection that is accelerated through lineages and into intersections of logic the
transfer between these states is systematized spatializing cognition in a cartographical documentation of inputs that are further aggregated in expansion, and the categorization of outputs to be preserved, accelerated, and presented. The postulate projection manifests as a consideration between potential influences, variables, forces, and interdisciplinary agents in their composition of generating a projected future architecture. The strategy creates a cartography as an interface to engage entanglements of jurisdiction over creative activity. Encapsulations and material projections as preservative and accelerative models organize a symbiotic ecology with intelligent machines to be further articulated by supportive living
systems and computational technologies.
This project is responsive to the global condition of informational complexity.
This platform is a spatialized cartographic infrastructure to the informational components imbedded in analytic and creative processes.
The thesis reconsiders an infrastructure in its capacity to give structure to creativity and analysis. Infrastructure is proposed then, as responsible for physical and environmental systems also as informational infrastructures that give coordination between multiple layers of not just our built environment in itself but the cognitive processes that shape our built environment.
1.Organizing information through stratification and enclosure categorizing them into states of preservation and acceleration encapsulation historiography projection exploration
Preservation is achieved architecturally through spaces that are autonomous and encapsulated by a large quantity of layers where the information within is unobstructed and completely designated. Acceleration and projection occurs through transparency and immediacy between adjacent spaces, multiple spaces can be experienced then in simultaneity and in sequence allowing for an accelerative experience of association and comparison.
1. The projections and encapsulations manifest as types of frames in thresholds levels and partitions that cumulatively delineate a cartography in the territorialization and deterritorialization in informational dependencies.
The building is a material projection of combined entities that exist in these states
2.Territorializing identities that have jurisdiction over creative and analytic processes.Private identities are stored and managed within the interface occupying distinct locations throughout the structure with designation to public access.
3. Operations within the structure occur with living and computational support technologies and systems giving a new definition of the dynamic interchange between the cognitive process and the energy/ spatial dynamics of the ecological and built environment.
With communal involvement in these programs of Museums, Archives, Libraries, Documentation Spaces, Studios, Spaces for Inquiry and Presentation, Laboratories and Decoding Centers, Illumination and Conservation Efforts.
The project enables mass coordination to execute mega structural scale projects through the considerations of scales of labor and energy cycles in city scale projects with extremely diverse interdisciplinary integration amongst our total intellect capacity Philosophy,
biology engineering, architects, philosophers, scientists, technologists, engineers, artists, mathematicians, and politicians, and intelligent machines.