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Speaker at The Body in Architecture, TU Delft, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Goodwin, D; (2002) Speaker at The Body in Architecture, TU Delft, Rotterdam, Netherlands. In: The Body in Architecture book was published.

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The Body in Architecture conference and publication presented a collection of both theoretical essays and architecture, urban & film based projects. The projects presented in the collection advance new ways of envisaging the city ranging from analytic apparatuses of viewing to design experimentations. The section on film presents innovative interpretations of forms and relations which, in one example, mediates multiple and fluctuating perspectives of space and, in another case, works experimentally through the use of film-making procedures along with more traditional means of architectural representations to plot time-space relations through the mechanism of the 'camera eye'. Contributions include over a dozen theoretical texts by DSD faculty and researchers and international scholars, practitioners and artists such as M. Christine Boyer, Karsten Harries, Anthony Vidler, Warren Neidich, Michael Muller, Scott Lash and an interview with Rem Koolhaas; and nine project contributions from among others, Stefano Boeri and the video artist Dryden Goodwin.

Type: Proceedings paper
Title: Speaker at The Body in Architecture, TU Delft, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Event: The Body in Architecture
Location: TU Delft, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Dates: 2002-11 - 2002-11
ISBN-13: 978 90 6450 568 3
Publisher version: http://www.delftschoolofdesign.eu/platforms/2/publ...
UCL classification: UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Arts and Humanities > Slade School of Fine Art
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/1325694
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