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Primitive Parametric: Biology as an Architectural Catalyst 

When: Oct. 14-Nov. 29 2013
The exhibit grew out of a research project that explores biology and its procedural thinking in architecture through a series of expanded historical timelines that trace architectural biology back to the 19th century. Created by architecture faculty Chris Beorkrem, Charles Davis, and Bryan Shields and graduate students Ryan Barkes, Nicole Brown, Taylor Milner, and Nicole Rivera. The installation features maps, models, animations, collages, and illustrative timelines. Opening reception on Oct. 30, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Held in Storrs Gallery.

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