Paris Plan (2020), Stefan Laxness.
Copyright Stefan Laxness, 2022.
3D Scanning / Photogrammetry is the process of extracting 3D information from photographs. It has practical and experimental uses, from engineering surveys to activist recording the destruction of the built environment in conflict zones. The workshop will take participants through the steps of creating detailed textured 3D models of an object, structure, or space from overlapping photographs. You will need to bring a laptop to the workshop with the relevant software installed, or you can rent a laptop with pre installed software from us.
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Stefan Laxness is a London based architectural researcher and artist. His work focuses on the political and cultural dimension of environmental restoration as a territorial project in Europe. Stefan was a 2020 European Media Art Platform (EMAP) resident and has been exhibited internationally. He teaches an architecture studio (AA Diploma 9) at the Architectural Association in London, where he co-founded Pantopia.xyz. Previously, Stefan was a project leader at the 2018 Turner Prize nominated research agency Forensic Architecture (FA).