Math-Morph Wall exhibition
Math-Morph Wall exhibition. Center for Visual Arts at the Greensboro Cultural Center. Greensboro. North Carolina. 03.29.2012 . Jonathon Anderson. Ming Tang.
paper presentation in NCBDS 2012
Ming Tang presented the paper "Adaptive Skin: Performance
Driven Design and Fabrication" in the National Conference on the Beginning Design Students" in Pen State.
Rhion News: Massive Grasshopper Attack
Rhino News: A massive grasshopper attack at the University of Cincinnati. Student tutorials from SAID 294 spring 2012.
UC International Grant
Ming Tang's proposal "Sustainable Urbanism: An International Perspective” (China) won UC Education Abroad Program Development Grants, awarded by UC International .
Co-PI: Christopher Auffrey, School of Planning,; Mingming Lu, School of Energy, Environmental, Biological and Medical Engineering.
Project accepted in ACSA Exhibition
Project titled "PERFORMACE-BASED GENERATIVE DESIGN" was accepted in the 100th ACSA "Digital Aptitudes" Poster Exhibition. Cheers.
publication in Perkins + Will research Journal
Paper titled "PERFORMANCE-DRIVEN DESIGN AND PROTOTYPING: Design Computation and Fabrication" is published in Perkins + Will Research Journal. 2011. Vol. 03. 02. Cheers.
project published by evolo skyscraper
A book from Evolo Skyscraper Book with my project featured. Cheers.
paper accepted in ACSA 2012
Paper titled "PERFORMACE-BASED GENERATIVE DESIGN. An investigation of the parametric nature of architecture" was accepted in 100th ACSA Annual Conference. Cheers.
2011 DAAP Faculty Show
Ming Tang's experimental animation project "morph" was exhibited in the 2011 DAAP faculty show. at Dorothy W. and C. Lawson Reed Jr. Gallery. 09.29-10.26. 2011
My "wire-frame" was selected in the Sketch Exhibition: March 5 - 12, 2011 Universidad de Monterrey Centro de la Comunidad Universitaria Monterrey, Mexico. While the perception and notion of what constitutes a sketch continues to expand, many designers are reconsidering and expanding upon the historical role of sketching. This emerging dialogue reveals unparalleled synergies between 21st century innovation and classical tradition.