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James Stirling
Shelly Kappe introduces part one of this lecture by James Stirling. Stirling characterizes his work as "a set of archeological...

James Stirling

April 20, 1976 | Video Lecturer:
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Shelly Kappe introduces part one of this lecture by James Stirling. Stirling characterizes his work as “a set of archeological pieces.” He reviews a list of building types that he defines with images of his work, and continues with a long list of building characteristics that he links with multiple projects. For Stirling, the elements of built language are often recycled, but in completely different arrangements, meanings and results. He then proceeds with a presentation of his proposal for a modern art museum in Dusseldorf, Germany. The video ends abruptly before the end of Stirling’s talk.

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Shelly Kappe introduces James Stirling by listing some of his awards and exhibitions of work. She goes on to relate her delight...
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