forming platforms

There was a wonderful lecture I attended during CONNECTdeleuze conference at Cologne University last month by Luciana Parisi entitled "Abstract Spatium: Deleuze and Whitehead via Algorithmic Architecture" in which she referred to algorithmic art and architecture to be a valid example on the relation between both philosophers in their search to the pre-individual virtualities or eternal objects because they enfold incomputable reality.

"....this reality can be experienced as the recording of a sensation, in Deleuze's terms, or, according to Whitehead, as a conceptual prehension: the feeling of having a feeling."

this approach to architecture has been always an intrigue to me for it works very structurally, and morphs fluently yet I never understood its relation to humans or its social value. Algorithmic approach to architecture -as I see it- is more of a representation than a collective creation. It represents continuity, affordability and the ever existing relation between parts and whole which are all descriptions of reality -just like the Cartesian basic representation of reality through the coordinate system-, yet it does not refer to an initial state or initiation as a form conception of space_which is more relevant to human existence and re-existence.

Thus can parametric space be seen as the weather of architectural forms? and are algorithmic calculations set to create 'platforms' rather than 'forms' in space? Because if so, I really do think that binary (finite) computations should overlap at the algorithmic (infinite) computations so that we can create a full perspective of architectural perceptions and experiences.

this experiment would lead us to a temporal-periodical occurrence of form, because form here is no longer directly related to an invisible infinite space -static and eternal like pyramids of Egypt built on the desert?- but rather anchored to another layer of visible infinity. So the architectural creation in such sense is expressed alertly, alien, veiled or under disguise so that each character stores a desire to reappear.