Craig Hodgetts and Ming Fung begin by describing how they use specific goals to structure their collaboration. They show some early work and describe their influences and how digital rendering allowed them to explore assemblages without having to construct them. The discuss emphemerality, and how their work reflects a sense of momentariness.
Video Archive | Temporary structures (2)
This video contains more local TV broadcasts about the SCI-Arc Urban Odyssey project, interspersed with bits of documentaries and TV coverage of marathan at the Montreal Olympics. In the first segment KNXT-TV reporter Bill Applegate speaks with Glen Small about the “modernistically designed and colorful futuristic community.” In the next clip from 1975, Bob Dunn reports on the pneumatic tent community designed by SCI-Arc students. The last clip is an extended interview with Small from 1976, on the “Saturday” program, focusing on the 1976 student work at the Habitat Forum in Vancouver. He goes on to discuss Century City and his view of urbanism in Los Angeles.