Object Oriented Eclecticism
MMLAB | Sint Lucas School of Architecture
Tutors: Corneel Cannaerts, Gilles Retsin, Isaie Bloch
Team: Marvin Bratke, Jakub Grochulski, Stefanie Pesel, Mikolaj Scibisz, Christian Tschersich
The workshop introduced an unorthodox, hands-on workflow based on the concept of Object-Orientated Design. OOD is a new paradigm in contemporary philosophy, physics, computer programming and critical theory and can be understood as the process of planning a system of interacting objects for the purpose of solving a specific problem. In contrast to contemporary thought and design, which views things as the aggregation or assembly of smaller bits and parts, in OOD new objects emerge out of an ecology of interaction of multiple and heterogeneous objects. Through a process of formation or computation, highly differentiated, contradictory concepts and structures can become one object, without resulting in an incongruous collage.
A. Original Agents [parents] spreading out for breeding;
B. Breed of children attracted by the other parents pheremone trace start following;
C. Third generation explores and connects the trails of their ancestors;