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On Object and Objectile

The Term “objectile” makes a brief appearance in Deleuze’s Fold. Deleuze (1992a) explored the idea of a change in the status of the object and called the new object “objectile”. “The new status of the object no longer refers its condition to a spatial mould – in other words, to a relation of form-matter – but to a temporal modulation that im lies as much the beginnings of a continuous variation of matter as a continuous development of form”.  I borrow and redefine the term with its overall intent meaning, to meet the potential of contemporary digital technology in our society. Which may  lead to shift in and reformation of  the  socioeconomical value of Object in ours societies .  I propose the term “objectile” to be the  parametric-algorithm formula/logic/idea behind a materialized object that can be seen and touched;  in which objects are akin to “projectiles”.

The refinement of the term is in relation to my research in the Computational design in Architecture and the  current development of digital technology. More analyses can be read  in my Licentiate book Manifested in Form.



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