Between the Eyes - Between the Lines


What is the difference between showing and telling in the image of architecture?

Between the Eyes - Between the Lines


What is the difference between showing and telling in the image of architecture?
Exploring architectural photography can open new ways in creating future architecture.
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Following the example of image-text, as introduced by David Levi Strauss in 'Between the Eyes', we examine both, writing and photography, as means to stimulate a diverse and multi-layered perception of architectural space. In a set of practices we explore how the 'Freewriting', as a method of image-text production, accompanied with the photography, can evoke new ways of seeing and sensing, which can be implemented equally in the process of designing, as well as in the education of architects.


Workshop Exercise 2, Projection 1: Paolo Rosselli - Chandigarh 1981

Workshop Exercise 2, Projection 3: Erika Petric - DR13041992 2013

Giovanni Lanza, BTE-BTL - Milano 2016

Richard Griletz, BTE-BTL - Graz 2015

Androniki Antonijadis, Second Glance - Rijeka 2016


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Erika Petric
Pestalozzistr. 74/3
Graz
Austria
Erika Petric is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Architecture Technology in Graz, where she is currently a lecturer and was also an Assistant Professor from 2008 until 2013. She studied architecture in Ljubljana. Her research focuses on the relationship between photography and perception of space in the context of architectural education. She is co-founder of 'f.act - forum', a platform for research and practices on the borderline between art and architecture.

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