Video Archive | Meaning (16)

Symposium What Is The Question-clip_3867
Michael Rotondi, Jeffrey Kipnis and Hernan Diaz Alonso discuss computer protocols, man and technology, and whether the software...
ExaminingThe Museums Role-clip_2336
The panel respons to questions about the museum's role in smaller communities, as well as, its role at sustaining small...
Peter Cook Metamorphose Actions Speak Louder Than...
Peter Cook introduces the fifth and sixth words he uses to describe his design process: peeking and decoying....
Fire In The Library David Tate Eric Durst John Hughes...
Eugenia Butler continues her discussion with guests psychotherapist David Tate, director John Hughes, and visual effects...
Fire In The Library David Tate Eric Durst John Hughes...
The guests discusses imagery and the effects of imagery on the brain. They compare visceral imagery, with psychedelic drugs, and...
Fire In The Library David Tate Eric Durst John Hughes...
The audience asks questions regarding perception, imagery, and imagination. The discussion ends with a presentation of...
Eric Owen Moss Brother Can You Spare A Paradigm
Moss presents a poetic assault, arguing architecture lacks an inspiring paradigm, and introduces his idea of "provisional...
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Moss ends his lecture by asserting backwards thinking in respect to re-assemblage. He describes projects in Ibiza, New Mexico,...

Symposium What Is The Question-clip_3867

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Michael Rotondi, Jeffrey Kipnis and Hernan Diaz Alonso discuss computer protocols, man and technology, and whether the software or the designer is more influential in contemporary design. They discuss materialism, production techniques, and cultural associations, and the role of the architect.


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The panel respons to questions about the museum’s role in smaller communities, as well as, its role at sustaining small collections. They talk about how an artifact’s meaning shifts depending on how it is displayed, who is displaying it, and where it gets displayed. They discuss Rem Koolhaas’s entry in the Los Angele County Museum of Arts’ extension competition. In dialogue with Joe Day, they talk about the entry’s programmatic layout, problems and successes.


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Peter Cook introduces the fifth and sixth words he uses to describe his design process: peeking and decoying. While showing projects that exemplify his points, Cook discusses his love of hiding and creating views that only reveal a small portion of the projects overall form. Decoying refers to fooling the observer into seeking different associations with design elements then the ones provided by the architect.


Fire In The Library David Tate Eric Durst John Hughes Part Two

Eugenia Butler continues
her discussion with guests psychotherapist David Tate, director John Hughes, and visual effects designer Eric Durst. The guests discusses imagery and the effects of imagery on the brain. They compare visceral imagery, with psychedelic drugs, and schizophrenia. The audience asks questions regarding perception, imagery, and imagination. The discussion ends with a presentation of commercials and visual images.

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Fire In The Library David Tate Eric Durst John Hughes...
Fire In The Library David Tate Eric Durst John Hughes Part Two-clip_5342
The guests discusses imagery and the effects of imagery on the brain. They compare visceral imagery, with psychedelic drugs, and...
Fire In The Library David Tate Eric Durst John Hughes...
Fire In The Library David Tate Eric Durst John Hughes Part Two-clip_5343
The audience asks questions regarding perception, imagery, and imagination. The discussion ends with a presentation of...

Eric Owen Moss Brother Can You Spare A Paradigm

March 16, 1994 | Video Lecturer:

Moss presents a poetic assault, arguing architecture lacks an inspiring paradigm, and introduces his idea of “provisional paradigm.” This idea roots itself in being able to assemble, dissemble, and re-assemble anticipating an eventual end. He describes his work in respect to conscious manipulations of site, form, and typology investigating provisional concepts, such as, inversion, anticipation, and confusion. Moss moves through a series of past and current projects revealing personal criticisms of his own work.

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Eric Owen Moss Brother Can You Spare A Paradigm-clip_1087
Thom Mayne introduces Eric Moss as a "thoughtful investigator." Moss articulates his beliefs about architecture then talks about...
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Eric Owen Moss Brother Can You Spare A Paradigm-clip_1089
Eric Owen Moss Brother Can You Spare A Paradigm-clip_1090
Eric Owen Moss Brother Can You Spare A Paradigm-clip_1090
Moss ends his lecture by asserting backwards thinking in respect to re-assemblage. He describes projects in Ibiza, New Mexico,...
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Eric Owen Moss Brother Can You Spare A Paradigm-clip_1092

Eric Owen Moss Brother Can You Spare A Paradigm-clip_1090

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Moss ends his lecture by asserting backwards thinking in respect to re-assemblage. He describes projects in Ibiza, New Mexico, France, and California as having multiple references to form and space though intertwining layers relative to site, history, vectors, and scale. Moss ends his lecture by thanking several people he felt had contributed an exceptional amount of help.