Video Archive | Nolli map of Rome (2)

David Bergman Planning In Five Dimensions-clip_4958
Juan Azulay introduces David Bergman. Bergman describes his role in SCI-Arc's Future Initiatives program. He discusses the...
Nathan Bishop Sitings-clip_4116
Nathan Bishop discusses a series of projects in which episodic ordering systems are applied at urban scale. One inspiration was...

David Bergman Planning In Five Dimensions-clip_4958

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Juan Azulay introduces David Bergman. Bergman describes his role in SCI-Arc’s Future Initiatives program. He discusses the contemporary city as a construction of economic policies and zoning regulations designed to increase capital investments. He discusses the urban mapping achieved by Nolli’s map of Rome.


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March 12, 2010 | Video Lecturer:

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Nathan Bishop discusses a series of projects in which episodic ordering systems are applied at urban scale. One inspiration was the shifting identities of characters in David Lynch’s 2001 film “Mulholland Drive.” Bishop identifies five sites and their accompanying “episodes,” including an area at the edge of Boston defined by a fragmented edge condition. He discusses urban mapping techniques, citing Giambattista Nolli’s 1748 map of Rome. Bishop presents a video of an installation in Paris.