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You may have recently read some confusing headlines about MIT professor Neri Oxman, an architect and designer at MIT's Media Lab.
More specifically, you may have seen her connection with Brad Pitt.
'Brad Pitt and Neri Oxman, MIT genius, pose together before --
The six-month relationship was revealed, 'the British wrote.
'Who's Brad Pitt's girlfriend, Neri Oxman ? '
On this side of the pond, headlines are more cautious and there is a good reason for this: no anonymous or other source says Pitt and Oxman are dating.
Crazy article from page 6 of the New York Post, citing an anonymous source, the source classified Pitt and Oxman's connection as 'the best professional friendship' built on a shared love of architecture '.
Of course, Oxman is a charming person in itself.
Here are some things about 42-year-
Old Professor in Israel
Oxman is the founder and head of the intermediary substance Group at MIT's Media Lab, which focuses on 'nature-
Design inspiration-Inspire nature.
An example of this intersection is the 'Silk Pavilion', which is a high-
Technical 3D printer, reinforced by threads of 6,650 silkworms.
'We have managed to start.
In 2013, Oxman told Dezeen, the Journal of Architecture and Design, 'to track the movement of cocoons . '.
'Our goal is to translate the motion --
Capture the data into a 3D printer connected to the robot arm in order to study the biological structure on a larger scale.
In an interview with W magazine in April 2017, Oxman was asked if the construction field was unique in the case of male dominance.
Oxman quoted stereotypes in her answer
And take Brad Pitt and George Clooney as examples.
'For the same reason, we have Brad Pitt and George Clooney, and the worship of stereotypes is only part of human nature,' Oxman said . '.
'This uniqueness is useful for the general perception of heroism.
But it applies not only to buildings;
In music creation, it's true for women working in theaters, for film directors.
This is not just a disease in the construction industry;
This is a manifestation of human culture and how we form stereotypes and ideas.
In Oxman's 2015 speech, she talked about how the machine
The design-based design can be combined with the design found in nature.
In an example, she explains how she sees the Assembly
Production lines limit human understanding of design.
Oxman said: 'The assembly line determines a world of parts that make up the imagination of trained designers and architects who consider their objects to be components of discrete parts with different functions
'But you can't find homogeneous material components in nature.
Take the human skin as an example.
Our facial skin is very thin, with large pores, thick back skin and small pores.
One is mainly a filter, and the other is mainly a barrier.
However, it is the same skin with no parts and no components.
This is a system that gradually changes its functions by changing elasticity.
In 2012, Boston Globe Magazine selected Oaks Manas, one of the 25 most fashionable Boston people, who told the magazine, although she appreciates the 'good cut and she likes to wear simple clothes.
'Wearing a beautiful new dress is like wearing a new idea, and I think they are the same,' Oxman told the magazine . '.
'Opening my closet is a form of meditation.
I choose the day I feel right.
Usually only a few seconds before I go out.
'The same year, now --defunct Jewish-
Center publication Shalom Life puts Oxman at the top of the list to celebrate '50 of the world's most talented, intelligent, fun and beautiful Jewish Women', surpassing Gal gad-like“Wonder Woman”)Diana Agron (“Glee”)
And Eva Green (Casino Royale ').
Oxman's design is not just at MIT.
Her work has been exhibited at the Boston Museum of Science and Fine Arts, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and institutions in Germany, Britain, Italy and France.