Architecture Parallax

Pilis, Alexander and Bedoya, Roberto and Hébert, Gilles and Holubizky, Ihor and Marzo, Jorge Luis and Miller, Bernie and Platt, John R. and Stals, José Lebrero and Randolph Jeanne. Architecture Parallax. St. Norbert, Man.: St. Norbert Arts and Cultural Centre, 1998.

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Abstract (English)

Proceedings from a symposium at the St. Norbert Arts Centre explore the ramifications of applying the parallax theorem to architecture. Pilis underlines how parallax is a useful concept for opening discourse to the accommodation of multiple, communicating perspectives. The essayists, in a range of styles literally illustrating parallax, offer critical viewpoints on subjects like Modernist architecture, contemporary spectacle society via the Baroque, immigration, and the Vancouver Public Library. Biographical notes. 6 bibl. ref.

Types: Conference, colloquium, symposium publications ; Proceedings, transcripts
All Contributors: Pilis, Alexander (Editor); Pilis, Alexander (Author); Bedoya, Roberto (Author); Hébert, Gilles (Author); Holubizky, Ihor (Author); Marzo, Jorge Luis (Author); Miller, Bernie (Author); Platt, John R. (Author); Stals, José Lebrero (Author); Randolph Jeanne
Dossier: 354 - ST. NORBERT ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTRE (St. Norbert)
Collation: 123 p. : 96 ill. ; 23 x 24 cm
ISBN: 1896699022
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: St. Norbert, Man.: St. Norbert Arts and Cultural Centre
Artists: Priest, Margaret
Art Organizations: St. Norbert Arts And Cultural Centre (St. Norbert)
Event Statement: Symposium held at the St. Norbert Arts and Cultural Centre, Sept. 27-29, 1996.
Keywords: ARCHITECTURE; VISION; PARALLAX; BAROQUE; PHOTOGRAPHY; PAINTING; POETRY; CHURCH; VIOLENCE; HYPERTEXT; SPECTACLE; ANAMORPHOSIS; HYPERTEXT; ILLUSION; PROPAGANDA; SPECTACLE; REALITY; REPRESSION; ENLIGHTENMENT (The); FOUCAULT, MICHEL; HARAWAY, DONNA; HAYLES, KATHERINE
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Date Deposited: 26 May 2003
Last Modified: 12 Jul 2012 18:01
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/15542
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