CINECITY 2010

CINECITY 2010 WORKSHOP & EXHIBITION

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CINECITY 2010 poster by Elizabeth Diaz

1X MINUTE FILMS EXPLORING ARCHITECTURE AND THE CITY

THE FILMS

THE PRESENTERS

Week 01_ PERSPECTIVE(S)

  • Russell BYWATER _”Film Form Film Sense”
    Dianne PEACOCK _ “Ancient Modernists Spatial Mystery”
Week 02_PRACTICE
  • Carolina TORRES _ “Latin Odyssey: channel 31″
    Foo Chi SUNG (Fooch) _ “Squint/Opera” 
    Russell BYWATER _ “From Concept to Process”
Week 03_SONIC
  • Nick LARKINS _ “Music, Sound, Film”
Week 04 _CRITIQUE!
  • WITH Peter RIENSBECK, Peter LEISS AND Simon SELLERS
THE BRIEF & WORKSHOPS
CINECITY 2010 ARCHITECTURE AND FILM WORKSHOPS
ESQUISSE: a sketch, a hint, a shadow, an outline…;
The workshop participants will explore their spatial ideas with one minute films
WEEK 1: PERSEPCTIVE(S) 26/06/10 1:00- 4:00pm
WEEK 2: PRACITCE 03/07/10 1:00- 4:00pm
WEEK 3: SONIC 10/07/10 1:00- 4:00pm
WEEK 4: CRITIQUE! 1707/10 1:00- 4:00pm
EXHIBITION:  Friday 27 August 2010 @ 6:00PM VENUE: Design Hub Gallery RMIT
THE BRIEF: Space Types Space Actions
  • * The films will explore a transition / journey / movement from one type of space to another
    * The films will explore – virtual architecture – an architectural experience – how films construct a world, a place.
    * The film will communicate /question /explore – an architectural/design idea about space and how we experience this space
    * The spaces will be occupied…
    * The spaces could be imaginary….

SPACE TYPES: choose three
framed space/ framing space/ interstitial space/confined space/emotional space/dense space/physiological space/ free space/ non space/ threshold space/ expansive space/shallow space/ deep space/ crowed space/ quite space/intimate space/transitional space…

SPACE ACTIONS: EVENTS/ACTIONS: choose three
sitting/ stopping/ running/ entering/ leaving/ jumping/ thinking/ looking/ shouting/ kissing/ kicking passing/ leaping/ laughing/ playing/ working/ sweeping/ digging/ walking/ skipping/ lingering, speeding/dancing/ drinking/ eating/ traveling ….

THE PARAMETERS

  • * The workshop will be run in a format similar to an esquisse
    *This is an experiment…no experiments fail…
    * The focus will be on the process not the final presentation.
    *It’ll be cheap…filming: digital camera’s/mobile phones …editing: free software.
    * In camera editing (negotiable – NOTE: will have time implications)
    * The projects will be site specific…
    * Each student will produce a film 60 seconds in length.
    *Exhibition: Presentation of works: workshop participants will have to consider how the work will be exhibited – in the design hub gallery .

WEEK 4: CRITIQUE! 17/07/10 1:00- 4:00pm
Workshop participants will present their films to the expert panel: where the ideas that have been explored will be discussed
* The panel will not judge the works as such but enter into a discussion regarding the ideas that have been explored.

THE EXHIBITION  Friday 27 August 2010 @ 6:00PM VENUE: Design Hub Gallery RMIT

TO BRING ALONG TO WEEK ONE:
*Each workshop participant to bring along one still/or one panel from a storyboard – one key image – as a starting point.
*One A3 sketch pad
* 6 x 6B pencils.

TO REGISTER: Email Janet Renehan at SONA_ Australian Institute of Architects
janet.renehan@raia.com.au

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CINECITY 2010: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE WORKSHOP

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CINECITY ARCHITECTURAL FILM PROJECT
VIEW FILMS HERE: vimeo group 

http://www.thecinecityproject.com/ 


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