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Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung kē ärō’...
Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung discusses their installation kē ärō' skŏŏr'ō with Eric Owen Moss. The...
Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung kē ärō’...
Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung discusses their installation kē ärō' skŏŏr'ō with Eric Owen Moss. The installation consists...
Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung kē ärō’...
Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung discusses their installation kē ärō’ skŏŏr’ō with Eric Owen Moss. Hodgetts and Fung...
Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung kē ärō’...
Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung discusses their installation kē ärō’ skŏŏr’ō with Eric Owen Moss. Hodgetts referrs to the...
Kazuyo Sejima-clip_2146
Gary Paige introduces Sejima's lecture as part of the series "Differentiated Topographies." The works to be shown include...
I?aki ?balos And Juan Herreros
I?aki ?balos and Juan Herreros discuss their ideas and work. First ?balos describes their sources and philosophy. Then Herreros...

Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung kē ärō’ skŏŏr’ō

Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung discusses their installation  ärō‘ skŏŏr’ō with Eric Owen Moss. The installation consists of roughly 180 wall-mounted ellipses that were back-lit with LED lighting. The pattern is taken from a photograph of Nina Simone, which is faintly recognizable. Moss likens their project to the Zip-a-Tone
screentone product once common with cartoonists. Hodgetts and Fung describe some the the serendipitous aspects of the project. Hodgetts referrs to the installation as a way of “painting with light,” and “place-making device” similar to a Zen rock garden.

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Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung kē ärō’...
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Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung discusses their installation kē ärō' skŏŏr'ō with Eric Owen Moss. The installation consists...
Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung kē ärō’...
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Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung discusses their installation kē ärō’ skŏŏr’ō with Eric Owen Moss. Hodgetts and Fung...
Craig Hodgetts And Ming Fung kē ärō’...
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Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung discusses their installation kē ärō’ skŏŏr’ō with Eric Owen Moss. Hodgetts referrs to the...

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Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung discusses their installation kē ärō’ skŏŏr’ō with Eric Owen Moss. The installation consists of roughly 180 wall-mounted ellipses that were back-lit with LED lighting. The pattern is taken from a photograph of Nina Simone, which is faintly recognizable. Moss likens their project to the Zip-a-Tone screentone product once common with cartoonists.


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Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung discusses their installation kē ärō’ skŏŏr’ō with Eric Owen Moss. Hodgetts referrs to the installation as a way of “painting with light,” and “place-making device” similar to
a Zen rock garden.


I?aki ?balos And Juan Herreros

I?aki ?balos and Juan Herreros discuss their ideas and work. First ?balos describes their sources and philosophy. Then Herreros reviews several of their built projects, stressing the effort to realize their ideas. They conclude by responding to questions from the audience.

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I?aki ?balos and Juan Herreros discuss their ideas and work. First ?balos describes their sources and philosophy.
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I?aki ?balos And Juan Herreros-clip_6136
Juan Herreros reviews several of their built projects, stressing the effort to realize their ideas.