Video Archive | Women (11)

Fire In The Library George Evans And John Otterbridge...
The concluding 44 minutes of Eugenia Butler's conversation with artist John Otterbridge and poet George Evans. Otterbridge and...
Susana Torre
Margaret Crawford introduces Susana Torre as an architect, author, educator, and feminist. Torre discusses the historic...
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Margaret Crawford introduces Susana Torre as an architect, author, educator, and feminist.
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Susana Torre discusses the historic representation of women in public space as passive subscribers to consumerism and...
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Susana Torre answers questions from the audience about the city of Los Angeles and other topics. She makes a division between...
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Charles Jencks discusses the early twentieth century Russian history, concentrating on causes of the Russian revolutions. The...
Women In Architecture Panel Part Two
Discussion among panelists regarding their educational and professional backgrounds. There was further discussion regarding the...
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Margo Heymann discusses her experience in Rome and one of her projects. Nastanero discusses her educational background and...

Fire In The Library George Evans And John Otterbridge Part Two

The concluding 44 minutes of Eugenia Butler’s conversation with artist John Otterbridge and poet George Evans. Otterbridge and Evans compare their families and discuss the idiosyncrasies of their environments. Topics include women, war, the supernatural, and art.

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George Evens discusses the definition of war, and the involvement of women, and how these issues relate to his work and politics....
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Susana Torre

October 6, 1995 | Video Lecturer:
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Margaret Crawford introduces Susana Torre as an architect, author, educator, and feminist. Torre discusses the historic representation of women in public space as passive subscribers to consumerism and objectification. She describes some efforts women have made to alter perceptions through the use of public space. Torre suggest that architecture is a surogate for the institutional body.

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Susana Torre answers questions from the audience about the city of Los Angeles and other topics. She makes a division between...

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May 17, 1976 | Video Lecturer:

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Charles Jencks discusses the early twentieth century Russian history, concentrating on causes of the Russian revolutions. The revolutionary artists and designers captured this charged social atmosphere through publications and art. Jencks describes typical motifs of Russian constructivism including primary forms, colors, typography, and imagery. He uses these examples to build his argument that constructivism leads from early cubism to the architecture of Le Corbusier.


Women In Architecture Panel Part Two

Discussion among panelists regarding their educational and professional backgrounds. There was further discussion regarding the AIA’s (American Institute of Architecture) recent publication regarding the incorporation of women into architecture. They discussed current political topics, such as Affirmative Action and the Women’s Liberation Movement. They discussed current social norms within the profession of architecture and methods by which they deal with the issues associated.

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Margo Heymann discusses her experience in Rome and one of her projects. Nastanero discusses her educational background and professional experience which was comprised mostly of teaching. She argues that women find more equality in the workplace in Europe and Asia, and wonders what’s behind the U.S. mentality regarding women in the workplace.