Art Voices Magazine out of Los Angeles features an interview with SCI-Arc design faculty Marcelyn Gow in their June issue.
Gow, who is principal of servo Los Angeles, focuses on the development of architectural environments integrating synthetic ecologies with shifting material states and electronic information infrastructures. Her interest in the environment is central to her discussion with AV writer Thaddeus Zarse.
In our recent projects (SHolm House and Hydrophile) we have taken our interest in the coexistence of tangible matter and more evanescent substance or matter in flux within architecture, beyond working with electronic media into a context of exploring the entropic potentials of the interaction between organic and synthetic matter in architecture.
Gow is currently at work on a forthcoming exhibition, “Aqueotrope,” in the SCI-Arc Gallery, for which she received a 2012 individual grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. Read more about her grant HERE.