Jason Vigneri-Beane is an architect, industrial designer, and educator whose work explores the intersection of ecology, technology, architecture, and media. He is the founder of Split Studio and an Associate Professor at the Pratt Institute School of Architecture.
Team Members: Jason Vigneri-Beane
The Cryptomorph-EX3 is a fused aggregate of soft, cellular componentry that is meshed together to form a dense dermal object. Ridged by multiple interacting planes of symmetry, its cellular surfaces consist of porous involutions that draw the Cryptomorph’s environment into a hidden interior micro-world of chambers, channels, and structural attenuations. Its surface is a composite of formed geometries, forming rudiments, colorings, matrices, and porosities. It is, perhaps, an implant in search of a substrate. Or vice-versa. The Cryptomorph-EX3 is but one incarnation of a mutually constituting relationship between micro-scale componentry and meso-scale forming. Borne of and extracted from a serialized world of possible Cryptomorphs, the EX3 is alone in the media vacuum to form its own autonomous micro-world of self-referential symmetries, componentries, infoldings, and pigmentations - an individual without a species, an organ without a body, an object without a context.
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