Video Archive | Pavilions (6)

Eric Bunge CTRL_A-clip_9539
Under the category of Architecture that adapts to change, Eric Bunge discusses projects including their Canopy for PS. 1...
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Eric Bunge discusses projects that create interaction between different publics, including the installation of a Frederick...
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Some panelists argue that the Biennale provides an opportunity for a range of architects to communicate with the public, while...
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The panelists review the contents of the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale, contrasting the work in the Arsenale exhibition and...
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Eric Owen Moss introduces Herwig Baumgartner, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Ming Fung, Craig Hodgetts, Georgina Huljich, Elena Manferdini,...
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The second half of the video is not a SCI-Arc lecture, but a documentary about Dan Graham and other artists. Graham discusses the...

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Some panelists argue that the Biennale provides an opportunity for a range of architects to communicate with the public, while other panelists doubt how open it really is. The panelists argue that the Biennale, as well as other international art fairs like it, are becoming stagnant, codifying a limited range of aesthetics and techniques.


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Eric Owen Moss introduces Herwig Baumgartner, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Ming Fung, Craig Hodgetts, Georgina Huljich, Elena Manferdini, Alexis Rochas, and Marcelo Spina. Moss begins discussion by questioning the role of events like the Venice Biennale in today’s globally-connected media-saturated world.