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id cf2019_030
authors Pinochet, Diego
year 2019
title Making mistakes: embedding errors in computational design
source Ji-Hyun Lee (Eds.) "Hello, Culture!"  [18th International Conference, CAAD Futures 2019, Proceedings / ISBN 978-89-89453-05-5] Daejeon, Korea, pp. 235-251
summary Often overlooked in the process of developing an idea– like an imprecise drawing or a poorly built cardboard model- it can be considered that errors are the harbinger of possible future novel work not only by seeing but also making things in a different way every time as a learning process. Moreover, the quality of something original is hard -if not impossible- to determine because it comprises the definition of something into a fixed -hence unoriginal- structure beforehand. Moreover, making mistakes every time we do things enables our capacity to experience insight. Therefore, if the original emerges by the interplay of action and perception, then our capacity for not only seeing but also making in a new and unique way enables the development of a personal style or autographic practice. How the digital can enable our capacity to make mistakes in order to develop original work and a personal style?
keywords Digital Design, computational making, artificial intelligence, computational design, digital fabrication
series CAAD Futures
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