Tag: Michelangelo Antonioni

Susanne Bier, woman architect | Jorge Gorostiza
10-11-2017 No Comments

Susanne Bier, woman architect | Jorge Gorostiza

In the book Talking Movies: Contemporary World Filmmakers in Interview, it was written by Jason Wood in 2006, there is an interview with Susanne Bier in the one that counts that first he studied compared religions and later architecture and «I was interested very much in elements in the line of the movies, as the design of sets. Then I was […]

The Antonioni and Vitti´s Cupola | Jorge Gorostiza
03-10-2014 One Comment

The Antonioni and Vitti´s Cupola | Jorge Gorostiza

Jean Michel Frodon in his article ” Venice: of the cinema to the Biennial one … of architecture “, published in the last number of Caimán Cuadernos de Cine, he writes on the exhibition Monditalia, included in the Biennial of Architecture of this year and his amazement before “the revelation of the Cupola, the extraordinary villa constructed privately in the middle of the sixties […]

Crimes and replies | Pedro Hernández
07-10-2013 No Comments

Crimes and replies | Pedro Hernández

Of a time to this part two obsess they chase me. Two obsessions that might be only one. The crime and his reply. Everything begins of Bernard Tschumi’s phrase: “To really appreciate architecture, you may even need to commit a murder”. The crime like form of spatial knowledge. But which might be the murder to which us Tschumi alludes and […]

Which is the relation between cinema and architecture? | Jorge Gorostiza
08-10-2012 No Comments

Which is the relation between cinema and architecture? | Jorge Gorostiza

In a previous entry of this blog already the interesting initiative commented to itself that a group of enthusiasts have raised in Chile, the ARQFILMFEST (AFFS), the first festival of Cinema and Architecture of a country of Spanish language. A few weeks ago, these pioneers requested a text me on the relations between Cinema and Architecture, a topic most ample and […]