The role of the moving image in the representation of a sensible dialogue between users and space

MyBook is a cheap paperback edition of the original book and will be sold at uniform, low price.
This Chapter is currently unavailable for purchase.

Contemporary Western architecture occasionally seeks help from the visual arts. This relationship, which at times can be very intense, allows for hybrids that transform our perception of architecture. The encounter between the academic disciplines in this regard becomes a tool of perception that creates a dialogue between the observer and the built environment. We use the moving image and more specifically, digital video in order to create this dialogue. The juxtaposition of images through collages and montages acts as a “trigger” of ideas that enable us to create interpretations that remain sensitive to space. Keywords: perception; moving image; representation; collage; dialogue


This is a required field
Please enter a valid email address