This extensive volume loosely catalogues four hundred and twenty works from this series at a one-to-one scale, in precisely rendered photographs. Professor of Architecture at Princeton University. The arguments address specific changes in ways of thinking about architecture, building, and cities, as well as the shifts in technology that resulted from these changes, marking both a capstone of Archaeology of the Digital and the start of an investigation into other beginnings of the digital in architecture.
The shifts that occurred in the art field during this time were accompanied by explicit critique and academic analysis that aimed to make the genesis of these transformations comprehensible.
Bik Van der Pol Ed. Focusing on the work of architects such as Bernard Tschumi, Rem Koolhaas, Peter Eisenman, Coop Himmelblau, John Hejduk, Elizabeth Diller, and Ricardo Scofidio, as well as theorists of the urban condition, Vidler delineates the problems and paradoxes associated with the subject of domesticity.
Total automation is upon us but its liberating promise is yet to be claimed. Amalia Picaplease listen hurry others speak better The catalogue please listen hurry others speak better accompanies solo exhibitions by Amalia Pica at three venues: What are the conditions that led architects to integrate digital tools into their practices.
In response to the increasing transformation of public spaces into functional areas toward which individuals are guided to fulfill a given activity, the two artists call upon citizens to become uchronists, to infiltrate public life with physical modules coming from daily behaviors, synchronized and adjusted according to context.
Sugar was the building block for edible sculptures and model palaces made for festivals and celebrations thousands of years ago, and the main ingredient in lavish creations for Rococo and Baroque banquets.
The prize includes two exhibitions at renowned art institutions in Germany and Belgium, the ars viva catalogue, and an artist residency on Fogo Island Canada.
The amalgamations of text and image appear in the form of audiovisual transcripts, much of the material scavenged verbatim from popular culture and the user-generated web content of platforms like YouTube, Craigslist, and Reddit.
The prospect of a fully automated future—while acutely reshaping the notions of work, production, and value creation—also feeds emancipatory scenarios ultimately leading to the end of labor. Disassembling Histories of Racialized Violence aims to question and provide answers to current border issues in Europe.
Through photography and sculpture, Pryde pays close attention to the nature of image making and the conditions display, subtly reworking codes and conventions to alter our cultural perception and understanding of each.
These are some of the questions that Raqs Media Collective address in their account of contemporaneity, guided by a motley collection of figures lost and found in the turbulence of their practice.
How to find and share sources of illumination in submarine darkness. It gathers more than twenty projects realized between andincluding rarely viewed early works that help us see her most recent production from a new perspective. Since the early s Tillmans has been working on truth study centre, a cycle of works concerned with absolute claims of truth in social and political contexts.
This essay argues that contemporary postcolonial cities are definitive of Anthony Vidler's "architectural uncanny," and it forwards Windhoek, Namibia's capital city, as a particularly palpable example of this phenomenon.
Anthony Vidler is a conceptual conjurer of formidable skill." -- J. Mordaunt Crook, "New York Times Book Review" The Architectural Uncanny presents an engaging and original series of meditations on issues and figures that are at the heart of the most pressing debates surrounding architecture today.4/5.
Anthony Vidler Anthony Vidler is Dean and Professor of the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at The Cooper Union, New York. He is the author of Warped Space: Art, Architecture, and Anxiety in Modern Culture (), and The Architectural Uncanny: Essays in the Modern Unhomely (), both published by The MIT Press, and other.
First appearing in often fugitive publications between andAnthony Vidler’s diverse yet oddly familiar essays have found a convenient and timely second home in The Architectural Uncanny.
The Architectural Uncanny presents an engaging and original series of meditations on issues and figures that are at the heart of the most pressing debates surrounding architecture today. Anthony Vidler interprets contemporary buildings and projects in light of the resurgent interest in the uncanny as a metaphor for a fundamentally "unhomely.
Anthony Vidler is a conceptual conjurer of formidable skill." -- J. Mordaunt Crook, "New York Times Book Review" The Architectural Uncanny presents an engaging and original series of meditations on issues and figures that are at the heart of the most pressing debates surrounding architecture today.4/5.Anthony vidler the architectural uncanny essays