Video Archive | Color (22)

Florencia Pita & Jackilin Bloom...
Jackilin Bloom discusses projects with Florencia Pita, including the Keelung Port Terminal (2012), a modified Ikea stool for...
Florencia Pita & Jackilin Bloom Colorforming
Florencia Pita and Jackilin Bloom characterize their work in terms of a synthesis of color and form, in which the color is innate...
Florencia Pita & Jackilin Bloom...
Florencia Pita describes her work with Jackilin Bloom in terms of a synthesis of color and form, in which the color is innate to...
Joe Day Blow X Blow-clip_4144
Joe Day defends the right of people to project their meanings upon the installation, and his freedom to develop a formal logic...
Odile Decq
Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly in Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color, oblique...
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Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color,...
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Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color,...
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Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color,...

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Jackilin Bloom discusses projects with Florencia Pita, including the Keelung Port Terminal (2012), a modified Ikea stool for LAXArt. Pita describes a project for a park in Chengdu, and a design for a swimming pool. Bloom describes another competition for a park in San Francisco, Maribor’s Land of Gables (2013), the Taichung Cultural Center (2013). Pita concludes with an in-depth discussion of their 2014 proposal for P.S. 1 as the culmination of their interest in color, printing and 2.5-D form.


Florencia Pita & Jackilin Bloom Colorforming

November 5, 2014 |
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Florencia Pita and Jackilin Bloom characterize their work in terms of a synthesis of color and form, in which the color is innate to the project and process, not personal taste. They review installations (Pulse Tendril Formations, Alice, Cronopios), large infrastructure projects (Los Angeles Central Station, Keelung Port Terminal), parks for Chengdu and San Francisco, and a proposal for P.S. 1 which exemplifies their interest in color, printing and 2.5-D form.

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Florencia Pita & Jackilin Bloom...
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Eric Owen Moss introduces Florencia Pita and Jackilin Bloom as designers who say, draw and build what we don't already know.
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Florencia Pita describes her work with Jackilin Bloom in terms of a synthesis of color and form, in which the color is innate to...
Florencia Pita & Jackilin Bloom...
Florencia Pita & Jackilin Bloom Colorforming-clip_9626
Jackilin Bloom discusses projects with Florencia Pita, including the Keelung Port Terminal (2012), a modified Ikea stool for...

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Florencia Pita describes her work with Jackilin Bloom in terms of a synthesis of color and form, in which the color is innate to the project and process, not personal taste. Pita reviews projects, including the Pulse Tendril Formations (2006), Alice (2007), Cronopios (2010), and the Los Angeles Central Station (2010) and the UMMA table (2013).


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November 6, 2009 | Video Lecturer: ,

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Joe Day defends the right of people to project their meanings upon the installation, and his freedom to develop a formal logic without any function. This leads to a discussion of the built form of the installation, contrasted with the projected imagery. Moss questions Day on his choice of material, and the two discuss the role of color in the space. Day relates the controlling of a point of view in a cinema to that of a museum and prison, as illustrated by the diagrammatic work displayed on the walls.


Odile Decq

October 25, 2006 | Video Lecturer:

Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly in Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color, oblique surfaces and volumes, surfaces that push the limits of space, and transparency. Throughout this presentation her signature use of color, (especially red) to both warm space, and emphasize spatial or volumetric conditions becomes evident.

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Odile Decq-clip_1711

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October 25, 2006 | Video Lecturer:

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Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color, oblique surfaces and volumes, surfaces that push the limits of space, and transparency. Throughout this presentation her signature use of color, (especially red) to both warm space, and emphasize spatial or volumetric conditions becomes evident.


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October 25, 2006 | Video Lecturer:

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Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color, oblique surfaces and volumes, surfaces that push the limits of space, and transparency. Throughout this presentation her signature use of color, (especially red) to both warm space, and emphasize spatial or volumetric conditions becomes evident.


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October 25, 2006 | Video Lecturer:

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Odile Decq presents numerous projects, mostly across Europe, but also in China and the U.S. Decq discusses her use of color, oblique surfaces and volumes, surfaces that push the limits of space, and transparency. Throughout this presentation her signature use of color, (especially red) to both warm space, and emphasize spatial or volumetric conditions becomes evident.