Art for architecture



Art as a social process : hybrid constitution of new media art form
Hasdemir, Bilge; Mücen, Barış; Department of Sociology (2013)
This thesis attempts to analyze the formation of art as social process by focusing on hybrid constitution of new media art form. Hybridization in new media art is taken into account as intersection of different spheres by which limitations of different spheres transcend and new possiblities arise. Accordingly, not only new media art form is established via various types of relationings but also it leads to formation of different types of social relations.
Art and Literature as a Teaching/Learning Interface of Mathematics for Students of Architecture
Sorguç, Arzu (null; 2009-09-16)
This paper discusses an educational approach emphasizing the changing role of mathematics and potentials of mathematical thinking in architectural education on the course of changing design paradigm: from designing the product to designing the process. In this context, randomly selected samples of student works, realized within the context of an elective undergraduate course, Arch 333 "Mathematics in Architecture" at Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkiye are presented. It is shown that mathemati...
Architecture of Production: From Mills To Machine Landscapes
Güler, İlayda; Kömez Dağlıoğlu, Esin (2022-11-20)
Architecture Taking Shape Between Nature and Culture: The Primitive Hut as a Man-Made Creation
Topçuoğlu, Feyza (2022-01-01)
Architecture’s bounds with nature are represented as a complex process in a perverse cycle in the linear history of architecture and the process is intertwined with human actions, resulting in the built environment. Architecture tries to legitimize itself by incorporating culture to control and spatialize over nature in the socio-cultural dimension. This study aims to analyse architecture as remain in-between nature and culture by problematizing and questioning nature/culture dualism in the context of mimes...
Architecture as a discursive discipline: inflatable spaces of radical avant-gardes
Eryılmaz, Emine Burcu; Savaş Sargın, Ayşen; Department of Architecture (2019)
This thesis is an inquiry into the inflatable architecture of avant-garde architects, produced from the late 1960s to the early 1970s. Positioning this strand at the transformation of architectural discourse, it starts with the assumption that the period between the late 1960s and the early 1970s marked a paradigm shift in architecture, catalyzed by the technological developments and; social, political and cultural upheavals during this period. This shift represents a break from the conventional definitions...
Citation Formats
A. Savaş Sargın, Art for architecture. 2017, p. 11.