The impact of new technologies on architecture is formidable. As architects today, we are compelled to work on many fronts simultaneously. Space, be it physical or virtual - alarmingly indistinguishable at times - is being redefined despite the context and boundaries of the actual site. Whether on the Web or within an existing structure, this notion of fluid space requires the architect to possess an omnipotent view of the spectrum of possibilities afforded by the digital medium." 1 "Animation is a term that differs from, but is often confused with, motion. While motion implies movement and action, animation implies the evolution of a form and its shaping forces; it suggests animalism, animism, growth, actuation, vitality and virtuality. In its manifold implications, animation touches on many of architecture's most deeply embedded assumptions about its structure." 2 1. Hani Rashid 2. Greg Lynn, Animate Form (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1999), p. 9
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