Archive for the ‘Projects’ Category

ae.i.ou at Culturas Pixeladas_GSD

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

During the Fall 2009 semester, the Latin GSD Student Organization produced an exhibit titled “Culturas Pixeladas | Projects in Latin America and the Caribbean”, at the student wall of the Graduate School of Design at Harvard.  The exhibit sought to highlight a pixelated sample of threats and opportunities that exist in the Caribbean region, as well as aspects of popular culture in Latin America.


Road infrastructure & zoning issues

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

This image attempts to depict the frictions that exist between backbone car infrastructure and zoning. From the post-war highway act of the 50’s to the present alternating effects of laissez-faire and planning (cycles of ‘booms and bursts’) it is evident that the quick returns of automobile driven horizontal expansion have almost completely erased coherent zoning practices. No wonder “parking” thrones a zoning of its own.


Estado de Alarma: Exposición en Galería Yemayá

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

En septiembre del 2009 ae.i.ou participó en la exhibición “ESTADO DE ALARMA”; una exposición colectiva de arte por Karlo Ibarra, Nina Méndez Martí y el colectivo ae.i.ou.  Esta se llevo acabo en la Galería Yemayá donde cada cual intervinió en una de las tres salas de la galería.


Gandia Arts: Colectiva 08′

Friday, December 26th, 2008

ae.i.ou en Galeria Gandia:  Exhibicion Colectiva 08′.  Esta exhibicion colectiva se lanzo el 3 de diciembre del 2008.  Participaron unos 23  artistas puertorriqueños, incluyendo al colectivo ae.i.ou.



Saturday, August 9th, 2008

In its last report, the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) states that it is no longer feasible to prevent global climate change; we can only significantly reduce its impact if we combine mitigation measures through a planned process of adaptation. Faced with this irreversible forecast, it is imperative to implement strategies that dramatically alter the way we inhabit our planet.


Puerto Rico Post-Montage

Thursday, March 20th, 2008

In the field of architecture and urban design, the photomontage, has become the essential medium for the visualization of un-built projects. Through photographic manipulation, the architect and urban designer can now create a visual narrative of the experience of the project before it is built.