RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES
In this studio we aimed to design a house of memories. Randomly found spaces were assembled into new constellations finding new relations in the process. In the design process the artificial neural networks were used to dream along with us in the making of space.
Random-access memory (RAM /ræm/) is a form of computer memory that can be read and changed in any order. The Daft Punk album Random Access Memories draws a parallel between the brain and the hard drive – the random way in which memories are stored. In their music, it translates to synthetic assemblies of samples taken from the broad canons of music. In a similar way, this studio explored the potential of sampling found spaces into new constellations. New collages were dreamt up of spaces we once saw, spaces by de vylder vinck taillieu.