Johan Verbeke International Exhibition

The aim of the Johan Verbeke International Exhibition is to invite creative practitioners to share their design projects expanding the boundaries of architectural and urban design, and explore computational thinking by sharing and reflecting on their experimental works. The exhibition will enable the participation of practitioners with different backgrounds and include artistic and practice-based design knowledge in the eCAADe community. The Johan Verbeke International Exhibition will take place between the 13th and 15th of September 2022. The selected works will be exhibited in digital form as high-quality videos by using high-resolution screens or data projectors. The exhibition will take place during the entire conference at the reception hall in the conference venue. The organizers reserve the right to also broadcast the exhibition material to the other spaces at the venue. The Johan Verbeke International Exhibition will also be documented on the eCAADe 2022 website.

Exhibition Selection Committee
Aulikki Herneoja
Anetta Kępczyńska-Walczak
Tadeja Zupančič
Henri Achten
Exhibition Organization and Production
Burak Pak

Selected Works

Triopic Spectacle: A postdigital, neobaroque experience
Marjan Colletti, Andreas Körner (, corresponding author), Theresa Uitz, Peter Massin, Georg Grasser, Mümün Keser, Oliver Hamedinger, Catalina Tripolt, Kilian Bauer, Julian Edelmann, Clara Jaschke

Hyper-Learning and Unlearning
Yue Hua, Anqi Wang, Jindi Jia, Xinyue Zhang

Voxel Cloud
Julian Edelmann

Exploring “Digital Art” through Augmented Reality
Guzden Varinlioglu, Kaya Oguz, Doruk Turkmen, Pakize Irem Ercan, Nezihe Gokce Kokcan, Furkan Sinan Ugutmen, Gozde Damla Turhan, Dunya Kilavuz, Mehmet Emin Cesitli, Kutan Otan,Tugcan Onbas

The Distributed Cooperative
Scott Lloyd, Nemanja Zimonjic, Reinhard König, Husain Vaghijpurwala, Martin Bielik

Echoing the Unvoiced: Tangible Reverberations of collective Minds in Space by Artificial Intelligence
Mona Ghandi, Mohamed Ismail, Marcus Blaisdell

Phygital Space: An Interface-Enabled Augmentation

Nicolas Stephan, Alexandra Moisi (Univ. Innsbruck)
Adam Geraia, Robby Kraft (robot programming)


The exhibition will be installed at the center of the reception hall with dedicated seating around. The works will be continuously displayed on 13, 14 and 15 September.

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