The Explosion of Space: Architecture and the Filmic Imaginary

  title={The Explosion of Space: Architecture and the Filmic Imaginary},
  author={Anthony Vidler},
  • A. Vidler
  • Published 1 August 1993
  • Art
  • Assemblage

A Picturesque vertical montage: auditory and visual sequences at Rousham garden

Abstract This article examines the under-researched relationship between the auditory and visual sequences of spatial experience at Rousham garden, a highly regarded Picturesque landscape. It

AIS-Architecture Image Studies Scientific Journal

  • 2021

AIS-Architecture Image Studies Scientific Journal

  • 2021


Abstract - Cinema and Architecture are two art media that dependent on some human senses to give experience and define space compared of other art medium. These two media have been trying to show and

Cinematic rhythmanalysis of architecture: mining moving images for post-occupancy studies

Faced with the impossibility of extensive post-occupancy studies to enhance knowledge of everyday rhythms in domestic environments, this article explores an alternative technique by tapping into the

Sequences in architecture: Sergei Ejzenštejn and Luigi Moretti, from images to spaces

The article ‘Montage and Architecture’ by Sergei Ejzenštejn, written between 1937 and 1940 and published posthumously, is one of the pivotal texts theorising montage as a method of composition, with

Situational Atmospheres

This chapter examines how placemaking and filmmaking can improve teaching urban design-based situations of atmospheres. The qualitative-deductive form of content analysis addresses atmospheres in

Space, Movement, and Inhabitation: Transgression in the Hotel Bedroom

  • E. Short
  • Art
    Mobility and the Hotel in Modern Literature
  • 2019
In her exploration of the ways in which the hotel room functions for many female protagonists as a private space away from the demands of the domestic sphere, Short builds on recent criticism



Perspective as symbolic form

Erwin Panofsky's Perspective as Symbolic Form is one of the great works of modern intellectual history, the legendary text that has dominated all art historical and philosophical discussions on the

, " Quand le cinema descendra - t - il dans la rue ? " Cinemagazine 13 ( November 1933 ) ; trans

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Nonindifferent Nature, trans. Herbert Marshall (Cambridge

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Qu'est-ce que le cinematographe? Un sixieme art," Cine-Journal 195, no. 9 (March 1912); reprinted in L'Herbier

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  • 1912

" Qu ' est - ce que le cinematographe ? Un sixieme art , " Cine - Journal

  • " Le cinema est plastique d ' abord : il represente , en quelque sorte , une architecture en mouvement qui doit etre en accord constant , en equilibre dynamiquement poursuivi avec le milieu et les paysages ou elle s ' eleve et s ' ecroule " ( Elie Faure , " De la cineplastique , " in L ' Arbre d ' E
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Quand le cinema descendra-t-il dans la rue?" Cinemagazine 13 (November 1933)

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