Video Archive | Performance art (19)

Christian Moeller Tangible Cartoons-clip_3684
During the final part of the lecture Moeller describes a project for a library and a large-scale project for the parking lot of...
Coy Howard Exhibition Discussion-clip_3825
Coy Howard answers questions from Eric Owen Moss about his installation in the SCI-Arc gallery. Moss begins referencing the...
Coy Howard Exhibition Discussion-clip_3826
Coy Howard answers questions from Eric Owen Moss about his installation in the SCI-Arc gallery. Moss asks if and how the work...
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Coy Howard answers questions from Eric Owen Moss about his installation in the SCI-Arc gallery. Moss asks about the problem of...
Coy Howard Exhibition Discussion
Coy Howard answers questions from Eric Owen Moss about his installation in the SCI-Arc gallery. Moss questions the didactic...
Clive Sall
Clive Sall discusses projects produced with FAT (Fashion, Architecture, Taste), and collaborative activities to disrupt public...
Fire In The Library Rachel Rosenthal And Richard Terrile...
Eugenia Butler, Richard Terrile, and Rachel Rosenthal discuss different models of the cosmos. Terrile discusses quantum physics...
Fire In The Library Rachel Rosenthal And Richard Terrile...
Eugenia Butler introduces performance artist Rachel Rosenthal and astronomer Richard Terrile. Rosenthal shows selected...

Christian Moeller Tangible Cartoons-clip_3684

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During the final part of the lecture Moeller describes a project for a library and a large-scale project for the parking lot of an airport. Moeller concludes the lecture by presenting a live video broadcast of a musical performance on an extraordinary audio system, including Oskar Sala, a pioneer of electronic music, performing on his invention the Trautonium.


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November 19, 2010 | Video Lecturer:

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Coy Howard answers questions from Eric Owen Moss about his installation in the SCI-Arc gallery. Moss begins referencing the riddle of the sphinx and the Gordian knot, suggesting that Howard’s work may be too didactic in that it represents only one person’s views. Howard explains that his work is about experience and that the graphics, writing, and objects in the work provide a multi-sensory input that allows for processing in many different ways. Admitting that it does represent his point of view that mystery is the ground of experience. He claims that the role of his work is to arouse a sense of curiosity and mystery.


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November 19, 2010 | Video Lecturer:

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Coy Howard answers questions from Eric Owen Moss about his installation in the SCI-Arc gallery. Moss asks if and how the work qualifies as architecture and how functionality fits into the discussion. Claiming that those subjects do exist in his work, Howard argues that it is the wrong way to frame the discussion because the work simply represents an exploration of his personal interests. For example, although the work is not intended as a critique of another way of working, the project was created with the awareness of a tendency on contemporary architecture to use single surfaces. Howard also explains the importance of the text and how it amplifies the experience of the installation.


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November 19, 2010 | Video Lecturer:

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Coy Howard answers questions from Eric Owen Moss about his installation in the SCI-Arc gallery. Moss asks about the problem of dealing with banality in a project that has so many subtleties. Howard explains that it’s necessary to spend time with this project in order to let it sink in. Moss refers to Howard’s concept of visual braille and asks what the work is supposed to show us that we cannot normally sense. Howard responds that he cannot answer the question directly, but he tells a story about people’s reactions to the installation that illustrates how the work get at a sensibility in architecture of a sensory experience that is often absent.


Coy Howard Exhibition Discussion

November 19, 2010 | Video Lecturer:

Coy Howard answers questions from Eric Owen Moss about his installation in the SCI-Arc gallery. Moss questions the didactic nature of the work and suggests that it may be limiting by presenting only one point of view. Howard describes the work as being about experience and says it provides multi-sensory input that allows for processing in many different ways. When asked how the work qualifies as architecture, he explains that it represents many of his personal interests including an awareness of a tendency in contemporary architecture to use a single surface. Moss also asks Howard about his concept of visual braille and how it suggests a sensibility of experience that is often absent in architecture.

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Clive Sall

February 9, 2000 |
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Clive Sall discusses projects produced with FAT (Fashion, Architecture, Taste), and collaborative activities to disrupt public spaces, including the People’s Princess bridge for London, the Outpost project at the Venice Biennale, his banned Satanic billboard, a bus shelter, projects employing photography, and an “African house within a house.”

 


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Eugenia Butler, Richard Terrile, and Rachel Rosenthal discuss different models of the cosmos. Terrile discusses quantum physics and the connections between things. Rosenthal discusses illusion, time and how improvisational theater stresses being in the now.