Yale exhibition highlights the incorporation of digital methods into architecture

January 3, 2017

“Archaeology of the Digital: Complexity and Convention,” an exhibition that focuses on the integration of digital methods in architectural practice, will open at the Yale School of Architecture (YSoA) on Thursday, Jan. 12. Organized by the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) and curated by Greg Lynn, who most recently served as the William B. and Charlotte Shepherd Davenport Visiting Professor in the spring of 2016, the exhibition will be on view until May 7, 2017 at YSoA’s gallery at 180 York St. It is free and open to the public Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Read the full press release here.


The Yale School of Architecture’s exhibition program is supported by the James Wilder Green Dean’s Resource Fund, the Kibel Foundation Fund, the Nitkin Family Dean’s Discretionary Fund in Architecture, the Pickard Chilton Dean’s Resource Fund, the Paul Rudolph Publication Fund, the Robert A.M. Stern Fund, the Rutherford Trowbridge Memorial Fund, the Fred Koetter Exhibitions Fund, and the School of Architecture Exhibitions Fund.

The Canadian Centre for Architecture is an international research center and museum founded on the conviction that architecture is a public concern. Based on its extensive collection, exhibitions, public programs, publications and research opportunities, the CCA is advancing knowledge, promoting public understanding, and widening thought and debate on architecture, its history, theory, practice, and role in society today.


Installation view of “Archaeology of the Digital: Complexity & Convention” at the Yale School of Architecture, on view until May 7. (© Yale School of Architecture / Richard House Photography)