Video Archive | Collage (15)

Jeffrey Kipnis
Margi Reeve presents Hernan Diaz Alonso, who introduces Jeffrey Kipnis. Kipnis discusses his take on the part-to-whole...
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Using an array of architectural projects and art, Kipnis presents a contemporary history of the changing relationship between...
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Jeff Kipnis continues his discussion about part-to-whole relationships. Using works by Jeff Koons, Peter Eisenman, and other,...
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Jeffrey Kipnis discusses current takes on part-to-whole relationships in the work of Rem Koolhaas, John Hejduk, and Mies van der...
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Alexis Smith presents several permanent works including the Keeler Grand Foyer in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and the...
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Alexis Smith presents several projects including Men seldom make passes at girls who wear glasses, a project for the...
Alexis Smith
Elyse Grinstein introduces Alexis Smith's work as "insight into how we think and live, our identity, the collective American...
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Alexis Smith presents several projects including the Snake Path at UCSD, the New World installation for...

Jeffrey Kipnis

March 20, 2002 | Video Lecturer:
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Margi Reeve presents Hernan Diaz Alonso, who introduces Jeffrey Kipnis. Kipnis discusses his take on the part-to-whole relationship that plagues every era of architecture, in both practice and theory. He breaks down a contemporary history of group-to-individual relations while discussing how differing mediums can cause different irreducible effects in the observer. Kipnis outlines his views of architecture’s future in emergent properties and design intelligence.

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Jeffrey Kipnis-clip_1857
Jeff Kipnis continues his discussion about part-to-whole relationships. Using works by Jeff Koons, Peter Eisenman, and other,...
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Jeffrey Kipnis-clip_1858
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Alexis Smith

November 6, 1996 | Video Lecturer:
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Elyse Grinstein introduces Alexis Smith’s work as “insight into how we think and live, our identity, the collective American unconscious, our wistfulness as Americans, and our notions of purpose, destiny, and progress.” Smith is a Los Angeles-born artist whose work explores a broad range of media including found materials, painting, and collage. She discusses several pieces, from early temporary installations to public art projects.

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Elyse Grinstein introduces Alexis Smith as a Los Angeles-born multi-media artist whose work provides "insight into how we think...
Alexis Smith-clip_4566
Alexis Smith-clip_4566
Alexis Smith presents several permanent works including the Keeler Grand Foyer in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and the...
Alexis Smith-clip_4570
Alexis Smith-clip_4570
Alexis Smith presents several projects including Men seldom make passes at girls who wear glasses, a project for the...
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Alexis Smith-clip_4578