Video Archive | Installation art (84)

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Hernan Diaz Alonso discusses with Andrew Atwood his installation in the SCI-Arc Gallery "... And Pedestals." Topics range from...
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Andrew Atwood responds to comments from the audience about the broader intention of the installation, refining versus producing,...
Thomas Demand In Conversation With Sylvia Lavin
Thomas Demand and Sylvia Lavin discuss his 2008 project Black Label, based on a bar in Kitakyushu, Japan,...
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Jimenez Lai presents an excerpt from his graphic novel Noah's Ark in Space as an introduction to his 2008 Phalanstery...
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Marcelyn Gow begins with a comment on Go Figure's deployment of both a cartoon figure and a visceral figure....
Ramiro Diaz-Granados
Ming Fung discusses Ramiro Diaz-Granados's SCI-Arc Gallery installation Go Figure with the designer and Marcelyn Gow and...
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Andrew Zago wonders if Go Figure's strategy is architectural or some other kind of project. Diaz-Granados responds by...
Peter Noever
Peter Noever discusses the problems conventional museums have regarding space and site. After observing a moment of silence for...

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Hernan Diaz Alonso discusses with Andrew Atwood his installation in the SCI-Arc Gallery “… And Pedestals.” Topics range from minimalism, organizing principles, intentional and unintentional detail. Atwood characterizes the project as an attempt to understand critically what an architectural installation might be today.


Thomas Demand In Conversation With Sylvia Lavin

Thomas Demand and Sylvia Lavin discuss his 2008 project Black Label, based on a bar in Kitakyushu, Japan,  Nagelhaus–a collaboration with the architecture firm Caruso St. John attempted to intervene in the degraded Escher-Wyss-Platz underneath an overpass in Zurich, his 2012 project The Dallies, in which Demand rented all the rooms on a floor of Harry Seidler’s Commercial Traveler’s Association building in Sydney, restored/renovated them, and installed a photograph in each room to reflect on the view. They concluded with the 2011 project Model Studies, in which Demand photographed models by John Lautner he discovered in a Getty Research Institute warehouse. Demand and Lavin respond to questions and comments from the audience about the status of Demand’s photographs as autonomous objects, the relevance of his subject matter.

 

 

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Ramiro Diaz-Granados

Ming Fung discusses Ramiro Diaz-Granados’s SCI-Arc Gallery installation Go Figure with the designer and Marcelyn Gow and Andrew Zago. Gow and Diaz-Granados discuss Go Figure in terms of the contradiction between the cartoon figure and the visceral figure. Diaz-Granados and Zago discuss its use of geometric projection, and disruption of the primary figure.

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Ming Fung discusses Ramiro Diaz-Granados's SCI-Arc Gallery installation Go Figure with the designer and Marcelyn Gow and...
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Peter Noever

December 9, 2011 | Video Lecturer:
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Peter Noever discusses the problems conventional museums have regarding space and site. After observing a moment of silence for the late Raimund Abraham, Noever discusses artists such as James Turrell, Anselm Keifer, Donald Judd, Paul McCarthy, Chris Burden, and Vito Acconci.

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Eric Owen Moss welcomes Peter Noever. Moss stresses Noever's talent as a facilitator, arguing that Noever has made a place and a...
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Noever discusses his interest in space, site, and art. He discusses the problems of a conventional museum regarding space and...
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After observing a moment of silence for the late Raimund Abraham, Noever continues his lecture, comparing the work of Anselm...
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Noever discusses artists Chris Burden, Sol Lewitt, Vito Acconci, Anish Kapoor, Dennis Hopper, and the Gao Brothers. Noever...