Video Archive | Annie Chu (5)

Fire In The Library Anne Bray Annie Chu Barry Sanders...
Eugenia Butler hosts a "Fire in the Library" discussion with artists Anne Bray and Molly Cleator, architect Annie Chu, and writer...
Fire In The Library Anne Bray Annie Chu Barry Sanders...
The final ten mintues of Eugenia Butler's discussion of collaboration with Anne Bray, Molly Cleator, Annie Chu, and Barry Sanders.
Fire In The Library Erika Rothenberg Coy Howard Robert...
The Fire in the Library guests respond to questions from the audience. Robert Irwin and Erika Rothenberg discuss the...
Fire In The Library Erika Rothenberg Coy Howard Robert...
Eugenia Butler hosts a "Fire in the Library" discussion with Erika Rothenberg, Coy Howard, Robert Irwin, and Annie Chu. The group...
Annie Chu
Annie Chu is introduced by Robert Mangurian. Chu shows slides of her work in New York, collaborations with various artists, and...

Fire In The Library Anne Bray Annie Chu Barry Sanders Molly Cleator Part One

Eugenia Butler hosts a “Fire in the Library” discussion with artists Anne Bray and Molly Cleator, architect Annie Chu, and writer Barry Sanders in a discussion about collaboration. Topics include the history and formation of the concept of collaboration, as well as the difficulty of clearly defining collaborative work. They talk about technology-mediate collaboration, different values assigned to individuality and group identity, and how collaboration can make formidable projects or issues seem approachable.

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Annie Chu shows slides and discusses some of her collaborative work with Mary Miss and others. Molly Cleator discusses her...
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Anne Bray, Annie Chu, Barry Sanders, Molly Cleator, and Eugenia Butler discuss issues of identity within collaboration. They...
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The panelists discuss technology. They talk about how collaboration can make formidable projects or issues seem approachable.
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Eugenia Butler hosts a "Fire in the Library" discussion with artists Anne Bray and Molly Cleator, architect Annie Chu, and writer...

Fire In The Library Anne Bray Annie Chu Barry Sanders Molly Cleator Part Two

The final ten mintues of Eugenia Butler’s discussion of collaboration with Anne Bray, Molly Cleator, Annie Chu, and Barry Sanders.

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Eugenia Butler wraps up her discussion in this second portion of her talk with guests, artists Anne Bray and Molly Cleator,...

Fire In The Library Erika Rothenberg Coy Howard Robert Irwin Annie Chu Part Two

The Fire in the Library guests respond to questions from the audience. Robert Irwin and Erika Rothenberg discuss the frustrations of trying to work in a way that involves the public. Coy Howard responds to a comment about collaboration, arguing for “maximizing experience.” Responding to a comment from the audience, Robert Irwin, Annie Chu, and Ericka Rothenberg debate the role of architects and artists in projects created and defined by exclusively economic considerations. Irwin argues that somebody has to make the “quality argument” in a form intelligible to “the quantifiers.”

 


Fire In The Library Erika Rothenberg Coy Howard Robert Irwin Annie Chu Part One

Eugenia Butler hosts a “Fire in the Library” discussion with Erika Rothenberg, Coy Howard, Robert Irwin, and Annie Chu. The group discusses how the definitions between art and architecture are blurred. Irwin talks about the difficulty of dialogue using broad terms like “art,” “architecture,” “aesthetics,” and “feeling.” He discusses the value judgements associated with these terms. The panelists discuss collaboration.

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Annie Chu

March 13, 1996 | Video Lecturer:
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Annie Chu is introduced by Robert Mangurian. Chu shows slides of her work in New York, collaborations with various artists, and her design at Israel Callas Chu Shortridge design associates in Los Angeles. Chu discusses her interest in architecture’s relationship to landscape and material relationships. Chu makes discusses experimenting with unconventional materials and discovering Peru.

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Annie Chu is introduced by Robert Mangurian. Mangurian speaks about Chu's relationship to SCI-Arc and her success.
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Annie Chu discusses the evolution of her work. She talks about her some of her projects incorporating unconventional materials...
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