Laure Michelon is an architectural technologist and designer with a focus in architecture, machine learning, energy analysis, and fashion.
As an architectural and creative technologist, I aim to understand, question, and sometimes blur the temporal and physical boundaries between humans, infrastructure, ecology, and technology through machine learning and algorithmic mutations. By speculating on the future of design and rethinking the current connection to energy production, waste, construction, automation, representation, and climate, I hope to influence the discourse of architectural design.
Laure Michelon is a creative technologist whose research and practice focus on digital simulation and algorithmic mutations with focused interests in infrastructure systems, machine learning, and fashion. Currently a Lecturer at UCLA AUD Technologies Studio, she previously taught at SCI-Arc and has collaborated with Studio Kinch and Actual Objects on various projects and installations.
- M.S. Architectural Technologies - SCI-Arc (with distinction)
- B.S. Civil Engineering - Columbia University
- SCI-Arc Architectural Technologies [AT]
SCI-Arc Undergraduate Thesis [AT]
AAVS Seoul Workshop [Tutor]
UCLA MSAUD IDEAS Technologies Studio [Lecturer]
Kent State Graduate Studio [Lecturer]
- Super Collider SciArt Collective
- FRAC Centre (SCI-Arc)
- Venice Biennale (SCI-Arc, Studio Kinch)
- Ars Electronica (Studio Kinch, Lifeforms.IO)
- Seoul Biennale (Studio Kinch)
Terra [Alterities] at Biosphere 2
FEELERS at Tetrapod Gallery with Fulcrum Festival
A time to tear, a time to mend at Wonzimer Gallery
- Digital Futures
- Fact Magazine (Actual Objects)