08.04.2011 / MICHAEL STEINBUSCH
08.04.2011, 16:30, Michael Steinbusch @ HPZ F
Professur Industriebau, TU DRESDEN
Classical Ballet is oriented towards the stage center. Modern developments like Forsytheâ€™s Ballet are multifocal, and they raise the question how different foci can be connected, having in mind that they in turn comprise of connections. This â€śglobal/localâ€ť problem reappears in brain research but can only carefully be adapted to embodied and communicative situations like those architectures are decisive and necessary for.
Another analogy can be found in business administration: Open Innovation strategies implement cooperations beyond a companyâ€™s borders, e.g. with customers or suppliers, as well as cross-departmental cooperations (e.g. between Engineering and Sales). These relations cannot be organized in a conventional way, but a conception of communication has to be rather â€śarchitecturalâ€ť.
Michael Steinbusch is an urban planner by Technische UniversitĂ¤t Berlin, Germany. He is currently assistant for Prof. Gunter Henn, Design of Industrial Buildings, Dpt. of Architecture â€“ Center for Knowledge Architecture, Technische UniversitĂ¤t Dresden. Doctorate in Architecture, UniversitĂ¤t der KĂĽnste Berlin. Dissertation: The Text as a City. Linguistic Pragmatics in Conversation about a City Region.
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