What is FLUFF? Soft fibers from fabrics like wool or cotton that accumulate in light clumps? Entertainment or objects perceived as superficial or ornamental? A sweet marshmallow crème product sold by the jar?
Come to Thumbnail FLUFF to hear how a select number of students and professors at Cornell interpret FLUFF as a part of their work and interests. The line-up will consist of 10 presentations from a mix of four professors, eight undergraduate students, and one M.F.A. student. Based on the model of PechaKucha, each presentation is 20 slides, 20 seconds each.
FLUFF will begin at 6:30 p.m. on April 15, immediately following an exhibit of student work entitled STUFF in the Milstein Hall dome, hosted by the Cornell University chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students (Cornell AIAS).
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