Video Archive | Artists (32)

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In the introduction, Simparch is identified as artists, not architects, who are working on the scale of architecture. The...
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In collaboration with The Center for Land Use Interpretation, a non-profit research group based in Los Angeles, Simparch was...
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Eric Owen Moss introduces Frederick Fisher, who has focused on projects to accommodate art and artists.
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Fisher categorizes the spaces in which art is displayed into loft, house or box. The loft typology consists of either industrial...
Chris Burden
Chris Burden discusses his beginnings as an architecture student and his transition to performance art. He describes his work in...
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Chris Burden presents his Beam Drop Film, followed by a question and answer session with the audience. Burden connects...
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Eric Owen Moss gives a brief introduction for artist Chris Burden. Moss questions the difference between art and architecture and...
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Chris Burden discusses his beginnings as an architecture student and his transition to performance art. He describes his work in...

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In collaboration with The Center for Land Use Interpretation, a non-profit research group based in Los Angeles, Simparch was commissioned to design a series of living and working spaces in Wendover, UT. The spaces are intended to respond to the varied history of the site and the unique needs of its inhabitants.


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Fisher categorizes the spaces in which art is displayed into loft, house or box. The loft typology consists of either industrial spaces, or repurposed spaces that serve as workspace and dwelling for the artist. The art in this type of space is heavily influenced by its surroundings, and often references elements of it. Examples of this typology are Donald Judd’s studios in New York and Marfa, the renovation of MoMA P.S.1, and the Eli Broad Foundation.


Chris Burden

April 9, 2003 |
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Chris Burden discusses his beginnings as an architecture student and his transition to performance art. He describes his work in chronological order, stressing the relationship each project has to architecture, including pieces such as Dreamy Nights (1974), White Light/White Heat (1974), and Wexner Castle (1990). Burden connects his interest in live performance to his interest in the performative aspect of architecture, and his more recent work dealing with buildings, bridges, and construction. Burden presents his Beam Drop Film. This is followed by a question and answer session with the audience.

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Chris Burden presents his Beam Drop Film, followed by a question and answer session with the audience. Burden connects...
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Eric Owen Moss gives a brief introduction for artist Chris Burden. Moss questions the difference between art and architecture and...
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Chris Burden discusses his beginnings as an architecture student and his transition to performance art. He describes his work in...
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April 9, 2003 |

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Chris Burden presents his Beam Drop Film, followed by a question and answer session with the audience. Burden connects his interest in live performance to his interest in the performative nature of architecture and his more recent work dealing with buildings, bridges, and construction.


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View the Full Video: Chris Burden
April 9, 2003 |

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Chris Burden discusses his beginnings as an architecture student and his transition to performance art. He describes his work in chronological order, and the relationship each project has to architecture. Burden gives an account of his 1974 works Dreamy Nights and White Light/White Heat.