The global situation that emerged after the planetary uncertainty caused by the coronavirus, known as the “Great Reset”, highlighted the fragile condition of certain beliefs prior to the crisis, while unblocking the acceleration vectors towards the construction of new possible futures. These are no longer interpreted as an unavoidable and singular unit, but as spaces of plurality, where the probable, the desirable and the plausible coexist. The emerging landscapes of the great reset are presented in the key of speculative fiction.
They are landscapes of convergence between the physical and the digital; between the biological and the machinic; between futurizations, futurabilities and virtualities.
The XXVII SIGraDi Congress invites us to reflect on the emerging accelerated landscapes of current techno-diversity and its projection towards future technopolitics.
Fernando García Amen
Ana Laura Goñi Fitipaldo
Local Organizing Committee
Marcos “Rocco” Lafluf
Maite Sosa Methol
Juan Pablo Portillo
The Ibero-American Society of Digital Graphics (SIGraDi), founded in 1997, is a non-profit organization. Its primary purpose is to promote the dissemination and exchange of ideas in computer graphics and emerging technologies in professional practice, education, and research in Architecture, Design, Art, and related disciplines. SIGraDi shares the same interests as its sister societies ASCAAD, ACADIA, CAADRIA and eCAADe. The Society is represented by the General Assembly and the International Executive Committee in charge of its administration. The official languages of SIGraDi are Spanish, Portuguese and English, and its legal domicile is in Montevideo, Uruguay.
The annual conference is the principal event that promotes SIGraDi and is organized by a Latin American voluntary institution, with experience and academic background that applies two years before future
conference. The International Executive Committee will be responsible for advising and assisting the Local Organizing Committee through the Vice-Presidency for International Relations. For 25 years (SIGraDi#25), SIGraDi conferences have been face-to-face in nineteen Latin American cities (1997-2018) and in one European city (2019). In the last three years the conferences were held remotely and ubiquitously (2020-2022).
Conference papers presented at SIGraDi will be available at Blucher Design Proceedings and CumInCAD databases. Authors with conference papers with the highest scores will be invited to present an extended version for the International Journal of Architectural Computing (IJAC), published by SAGE Journal, as well as for the journal Gestão & Tecnologia de Projetos published by the Universidade de São Paulo.
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