Robert Adams' current design interests focus on the intersection of architecture, civic infrastructure, and disability culture within a bio-psycho-socio-techo conceptual model where bodies, wearable technologies, and augmented environments coalesce. Current and recent projects in Adams’ design studio include: 3rd Century Screens a 5-channel video projection environment for screen-dance; Cassandra, an operetta that debuted in Brooklyn in 2015; and, a type two sensory specific vessel to decompress high-stress, high-performance actors towards more recursive and reflective modes of mission critical thinking. Adams’ design studio is based in Ann Arbor in a former archery range, 1960’s style, mid-American strip mall next to the Secretary of State.
Associate Professor of Architecture, A Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning and Associate Professor of Art and Design, Penny W Stamps School of Art and Design
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