Architect Monica Chadha, Architectural Historian Robert Bork, and Historian and Architectural Critic Sean Keller will explore perspectives on what the digital is contributing to the way that we think about architectural practice, research, and analysis of architecture. Panelists will address the topic from the perspectives of their work, including the use of digital tools for historical analysis, the tension between the analog and the digital in postwar architecture, and the pros and cons of digital tools and techniques for contemporary architectural practice.

This event is organized by the DePaul University Department of History of Art and Architecture: