Architecture

Lawrence Weiner in new Time-Space-Existence video

Produced by PLANE—SITE and funded by the ECC, the new short video from the Time-Space-Existence series features Lawrence Weiner one of the foremost conceptual artists of the 1960s discussing the relationship between people and material objects, language as a gesture, and making art accessible to the public.... READ MORE...

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer “Unstable Presence”

Co-produced by MAC Montréal and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and co-curated by Rudolf Frieling and Lesley Johnstone, Unstable Presence offers a new conceptual perspective on the artist’s work over the past decade, exploring its poetic and political dimensions from the standpoint of one of its central principles: the notion of co-presence.... READ MORE...

Daniel Libeskind tower to be unveiled during Venice Architecture Biennial

Produced by PLANE—SITE In anticipation of his new project in preparation for the ECC’s Time-Space-Existence exhibition in Venice, the latest Time-Space-Existence video features the seminal architect Daniel Libeskind. A new architectural sculpture will be located near to the Giardini. Reminiscent of ancient forms, the project explores the connections between climate, time, space and existence through architectural thinking.... READ MORE...

Architecture: Between Weather and Electromagnetic Radiation – part 2

How do building properties affect the propagation of radio waves? How has this been addressed in building design? How could we bring the thinking about connectivity in space closer to architects? In line with Reyner Banham's criticism of the division of the buildings creation process into two intellectually separate parts, this article focuses specifically on the way buildings filter the propagation of wireless communication signals. arguing for a holistic approach.... READ MORE...

Architecture: Between Weather and Electromagnetic Radiation – part 1

How do building properties affect the propagation of radio waves? How has this been addressed in building design? How could we bring the thinking about connectivity in space closer to architects? In line with Reyner Banham's criticism of the division of the buildings creation process into two intellectually separate parts, this article focuses specifically on the way buildings filter the propagation of wireless communication signals. arguing for a holistic approach.... READ MORE...

Richard Meier featured in new Time-Space-Existence Video

Produced by PLANE-SITE, the video has been commissioned by the GAA Foundation and funded by the ECC in the run-up to the Time-Space-Existence exhibition during La Biennale di Venezia Architettura, in this new short video Richard Maier, well-known for his luminous white buildings, tells of how his first black building was born.... READ MORE...

Exploring the identities of Digital Processes in an Architectonic Context – part 2

What do algorithms and digital objects have to do with architecture? At what grounds is the digital affecting our surrounding and our approach to designing it? By examining the crucial concepts in their anthropomorphic form, Selena Savić will shed light on the agency of computational, logical and technical algorithms when it comes to reconfiguring our relationship with built space.... READ MORE...

Exploring the identities of Digital Processes in an Architectonic Context – part 1

What do algorithms and digital objects have to do with architecture? At what grounds is the digital affecting our surrounding and our approach to designing it? By examining the crucial concepts in their anthropomorphic form, Selena Savić will try to shed light on the action of computational, logical and technical algorithms when it comes to reconfiguring our relationship with built space.... READ MORE...

Tatiana Bilbao featured in new Time-Space-Existence video

Produced by PLANE—SITE and funded by the ECC, the new short video from the Time-Space-Existence series features Tatiana Bilbao, the acclaimed Mexican architect whose work is as varied as it is influential: from botanical gardens filled with art to neo-Brutalist social housing making spaces and places by people for people.... READ MORE...

The Space In-Between: a video interview with Arata Isozaki

Arata Isozaki is a Japanese architect and pioneer of Metabolism, the avant-garde 1960s architectural movement that proposed fantastic urban landscapes synonymous to biological structures. In this short video, he discusses some of the ideas behind his work, and we catch a glimpse of his home in Karuizawa, Japan... READ MORE...

Tomás Saraceno: Entangled Orbits

The Baltimore Museum of Art has commissioned a major new work by internationally acclaimed artist Tomás Saraceno for an exhibition that has transformed the visitor experience of the museum. Entangled Orbits brings together a group of highly complex and fascinating installations drawing inspiration from structures of the natural world.... READ MORE...

Digimag Journal | Issue 77 | Call for Papers

After the wide success of the last Summer issue, we're happy to announce the Call for Papers for the new Digimag Journal for this Winter 2017. The issue number 77 is themed "The Arts Ecosystem" and the deadline is settled to the next 16 December 2017. We are waiting for you...... READ MORE...