Video Archive | Venice Biennale (13)

Hubert Klumpner & Alfredo Brillembourg-clip_9504
Hubert Klumpner and Alfredo Brillembourg describe several of their projects, including the 2012 Venice Biennale, the Vertical Gym...
Hernan Diaz Alonso Making And Meaning-clip_5018
Diaz Alonso concludes with several of his most recent projects. He shows a project, featured in the 2010 Venice Architecture...
Audience Of Objects Symposium
Eric Owen Moss moderates a discussion with participants in the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale. After introducing Herwig...
Audience Of Objects Symposium-clip_4967
Craig Hodgetts compares the atmosphere of the Venice Biennale to the open, mixed culture of SCI-Arc. On the other hand, he...
Audience Of Objects Symposium_4968
Some panelists argue that the Biennale provides an opportunity for a range of architects to communicate with the public, while...
Audience Of Objects Symposium-clip_4969
The panelists review the contents of the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale, contrasting the work in the Arsenale exhibition and...
Audience Of Objects Symposium-clip_4966
Eric Owen Moss introduces Herwig Baumgartner, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Ming Fung, Craig Hodgetts, Georgina Huljich, Elena Manferdini,...
Mediascapes Symposium-clip_2926
Marcos Novak documents a selection of his installation work, including "Turbulent Topologies," at the Venice Biennale. He...

Hubert Klumpner & Alfredo Brillembourg-clip_9504

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September 17, 2014 |

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Hubert Klumpner and Alfredo Brillembourg describe several of their projects, including the 2012 Venice Biennale, the Vertical Gym kit-of-parts, the Grotao Community Center in Sao Paulo, the Metro Cable public transportation system in Caracas, and the Power Shack housing for Khayelitsha township, outside Capetown, South Africa. They conclude with “Informality’s the new normality.”


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Diaz Alonso concludes with several of his most recent projects. He shows a project, featured in the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale, which employed vegetation as an active component of the design. He confesses it turned out insufficiently contaminated, and not enough of a misfit. He shows a project which derives formal inspiration from mutilated cow carcasses, a reflection of Argentinian barbeque preparation.


Audience Of Objects Symposium

Eric Owen Moss moderates a discussion with participants in the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale. After introducing Herwig Baumgartner, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Hsinming Fung, Craig Hodgetts, Georgina Huljich, Elena Manferdini, Alexis Rochas, Marcelo Spina, and Scott Uriu, Moss begins discussion by questioning the role of events like the Venice Biennale in today’s globally-connected media-saturated world. Craig Hodgetts compares the atmosphere of the Architecture Biennale to the open, mixed culture of SCI-Arc. On the other hand, he criticizes the 2010 exhibition as a whole for lack of intellectual content, which he blames on the changing role of the Biennale. 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. The panelists review the contents of the 2010 Biennale, contrasting the work in the Arsenale exhibition and the work in the national pavilions. They discuss criticism as a means of assessing contemporary practice.

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Audience Of Objects Symposium-clip_4967
Audience Of Objects Symposium-clip_4967
Craig Hodgetts compares the atmosphere of the Venice Biennale to the open, mixed culture of SCI-Arc. On the other hand, he...
Audience Of Objects Symposium_4968
Audience Of Objects Symposium_4968
Audience Of Objects Symposium-clip_4969
Audience Of Objects Symposium-clip_4969
The panelists review the contents of the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale, contrasting the work in the Arsenale exhibition and...
Audience Of Objects Symposium-clip_4966
Audience Of Objects Symposium-clip_4966
Eric Owen Moss introduces Herwig Baumgartner, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Ming Fung, Craig Hodgetts, Georgina Huljich, Elena Manferdini,...

Audience Of Objects Symposium_4968

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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.


Audience Of Objects Symposium-clip_4966

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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.


Mediascapes Symposium-clip_2926

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Marcos Novak documents a selection of his installation work, including “Turbulent Topologies,” at the Venice Biennale. He describes how this installation generates new components based on the presence of people. In a continuation of this project, Novak produces images of forms generated from the physical interactions from the installation. Finally, Novak presents an update to his 1995 paper, “Transmitting Architecture.”