A show featuring some of the most popular lectures, interviews, discussions, and talks that took place at Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design in Moscow over the years.
Sheila Levrant de Bretteville. Gender Difference in Thinking, Making, Teaching
Graphic design legend and Yale University professor talks about fighting bias with posters, illustrations, and public art. Live broadcast supported by Tele2. View the lecture: https://stre.lk/tYIK
Dean Johnson. Accelerating the Evolution of Technologic Design
Dean Johnson, futurist and head of innovation at Brandwidth, explains how the Internet of things relies on continuity of experience.
2:02 — About Dean Johnson and what he does
5:14 — Mobile technologies
8:50 — Story how we developed our first gadget
18:38 — Singlisly taking content
20:27 — How does an iBook work
21:05 — Urban environments
23:50 — The thing about library
25:42 — How do we actually interact with this content
37:26 — Why iPad was so popular and successful
42:19 — Back to the future
The lecture took place at Strelka Institute in 2014 in the framework of Urban Routinees. To find more lectures from this conference — follow the YouTube link: https://stre.lk/HN4M
Angelika Fitz. How to Save the Planet with Architectural Crisis Management
In this episode of Strelka Institute Podcast the director of the Center for Architecture in Vienna Angelika Fitz talks about solving anthropogenic environmental problems, architecture's influence at this issues and why it is impossible to ignore the economy and social sphere, saving the planet.
0:26 — Some information about institution Angelica heading
7:52 — Critically Сare: Architecture for Broken Planet
14:45 — Friendship Centre in Bangladesh
17:27 — How to interact with what is already built
22:29 — Reaction to disasters
27:11 — Barcelona Superblocks
32:47 — Summing up
Angelica was part of Strelka X Summer in 2019. Her full lecture followed by Q&A session is available at the Strelka Institute YouTube channel: https://stre.lk/yTF8
Douglas Olsen. Creating "Rick and Morty"
Director and storyboard artist of “Rick and Morty” Douglas Olsen talks about creating scenes, cinematic storytelling and strong draftsmanship.
The lecture was organized in the framework of The New Normal series of events at Strelka in 2019 and with support from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow. To watch it completely with discussion part on Strelka's YouTube-channel: https://stre.lk/OQMN
Theo Jansen. Artificial Forms of Life
Dutch artist, inventor, and sculptor Theo Jansen talks about his "artificial life forms" from yellow plastic tubes, and explains how individual elements of these structures work.
To watch his sculptures follow the link to Strelka Institute YouTube channel: https://stre.lk/2OUP
Illah Reza Nourbakhsh. Robot Futures
Professor of Robotics Illah Reza Nourbakhsh from The Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University explaines how we would share our world with robots, and how our society could change as we incorporate a race of stronger, smarter and more connected intelligences.
0:50 — There is story goes about Lake Erie
2:42 — New mediocracy
4:24 — How robots guess what will you order in Mcdonald's and what a car does here
10:06 — Names and termins from philosophical points of view
10:50 — What recaptcha is
12:38 — Robot Smog
17:36 — Bombat Robo
19:43 — Dehumanizing robots
20:37 — Experiment with robots that was done in New Zeland
22:29 — Self-driving car
30:22 — Increased productivity
35:01 — Importancy of time
41:34 — Recommending books
The lecture took place at Strelka Institute in 2013. To watch Q&A session with Nourbakhsh you can on Strelka Institute YouTube-chanell: https://stre.lk/ADLT