Video Archive | Ephemerality (4)

Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung-clip_5544
Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung begin by describing how they use specific goals to structure their collaboration. They show some...
Toyo Ito-clip_1784
Michael Rotondi introduces Toyo Ito and his translator Shinji Isozaki.
Toyo Ito
Toyo Ito discusses his work--through his translator Shinji Isozaki--in terms of five themes: chaos, the superficial, floating,...
Toyo Ito-clip_1815
Toyo Ito, with the help of his translator Shinji Isozaki, discusses the five main themes of his work and how each theme relates...

Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung-clip_5544

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Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung begin by describing how they use specific goals to structure their collaboration. They show some early work and describe their influences and how digital rendering allowed them to explore assemblages without having to construct them. The discuss emphemerality, and how their work reflects a sense of momentariness.


Toyo Ito

February 7, 1990 | Video Lecturer:

Toyo Ito discusses his work–through his translator Shinji Isozaki–in terms of five themes: chaos, the superficial, floating, the ephemeral, and the sequential. Within each theme he relates his work to the city of Tokyo.

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Toyo Ito-clip_1784
Toyo Ito-clip_1784
Toyo Ito-clip_1815
Toyo Ito-clip_1815
Toyo Ito-clip_1840
Toyo Ito-clip_1840
Toyo Ito discusses difference between Japanese and Western concepts of space. For him, Western space is like a museum, whereas...
Toyo Ito-clip_1851
Toyo Ito-clip_1851
Toyo Ito-clip_1869
Toyo Ito-clip_1869
Toyo Ito discusses his more recent and larger scale work. These projects include a history museum, an amusement complex center,...