Un article intéressant trouvé sur le blog du funambulist, animé par Léopold Lambert
Today starts a new episode of The Funambulist. From now on, if everything goes well, you should be able to read every week a 1500 words essay by a guest writer I have been asking to write exclusively for the blog.
The first author to achieve this assignment is Danielle Willems, who is a designer and producer currently living, working and teaching Architecture in New York. Her practice and academic works continuously test the thresholds between the moving image and architecture.
Her essay explores via the specific examples of the Casa Malaparte and Jean-Luc Godard‘s movie Le mépris(Contempt), the perception of architecture through the cinematographic lens: (more documents in the video at the end of the text)
The Funambulist Papers 01 /// Cinematic Catalysts: Contempt + Casa Malaparte
by Danielle Willems
There is no question that at this point in time the method in which we view…
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