Space in the Moving Image


An exploration on filmic methods approaching landscape and architecture

Space in the Moving Image


An exploration on filmic methods approaching landscape and architecture
A moving camera has the means to describe built space precisely,
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Through shifting perspectives new insights can be obtained about any space. The motion picture camera as an enhancement to our eyes not only considering it's spacial independence, but also temporal qualities. These are able to stress perception and recreate existing structures like models. As models are built to understand a space better, this is what our perception will help us in this case with the moving image.
Filmic strategies and structures will be presented and discussed.


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Johann Lurf
Johann Lurf
Reichsratsstrasse 17
Wien
Austria
Born in 1982 in Vienna Johann Lurf has studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and the Slade School of Art in London. He graduated from Harun Farocki’s film class in 2009. He received the State Grant of Austria for Video- and Media Art and participated in the Artist-in-Residence Programs at the MAK Center for Arts and Architecture in Los Angeles 2011 and at the SAIC in Chicago 2015. His works have been internationally shown and awarded in numerous exhibitions and festivals.

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