Agenda

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    Profesor invitado: Renato Rizzi IUAV Venecia. Convalidable como Curso OPR 5 créditos
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  • AGO. 29 Workshop Fotografía de Arquitectura

    Profesora Erieta Attali. Convalidable por OPR de 5 créditos. Cupos limitados
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  • AGO. 09-18 Workshop Internacional de Paisaje

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  • AGO. 2 Lanzamiento libro ''Arquitectura en el Chile del s. XX''

    Segundo tomo del libro escrito por Fernando Pérez Oyarzun
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  • JUL. 24 Conversatorio Arquitectura del Agua en Cusco

    El conversatorio se realizará en el Salón SGLM
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  • JUL. 19 Architecture Guide Caracas

    Lanzamiento libro Caracas Architecture Guide de Ivo Gonzalez y José Rosas
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  • JUL. 12 Lanzamiento Libro Space Race Archaeologies

    El lanzamiento se efectuará en el Auditorio Arquitectura. Comenta Philipp Meuser
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  • JUL. 12 Workshop Easter Rising

    Este miércoles comienza el workshop organizado por la AA Visiting School y Arquitectura UC
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  • JUL. 31 Workshop Extreme Environments Inhabitation

    Workshop MIT – Arquitectura UC, convalidable por Curso OPR 5 créditos. Desierto de Atacama.
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AGO. 29 Workshop Fotografía de Arquitectura

Profesora Erieta Attali. Convalidable por OPR de 5 créditos. Cupos limitados

 

 
 
Workshop: Landscape into Architecture
The inversion of content and context in architectural photography
Professor: Erieta Attali,  Adjunct Professor of Architectural Photography at Columbia GSAPP
Convalidable como curso OPR de 5 créditos – Estudiantes Arquitectura UC

The aim of this course is to examine the various ways in which photography has served as an active tool for understanding the relationship between architectural works and their respective environments, either natural or man-made. The lectures will place particular emphasis on the degree to which human intervention has incised natural landscapes, and, at the same time, how elements of pure or derived nature have penetrated into the human realm. 

Fechas y lugar_
Martes 29 de agosto al martes 5 de septiembre de 2017.
Reuniones diarias de 11.30 a 15.20 hrs. en Auditorio Cuarto Piso Arquitectura UC, más trabajo individual durante tardes y fin de semana. Sesión final en Salón Sergio Larraín.

Estudiantes UC: postulaciones en este link. Convalidable como curso OPR de 5 créditos
Vacantes externas: postulaciones en este link. (workshop pagado, cupos limitados)

Las clases y correcciones serán en inglés.
Se entregará un certificado de asistencia a Estudiantes Arquitectura UC y participantes externos. 
Preguntas al correo fjquinta@ uc.cl

 

 

© Erieta Attali

 
Erieta Attali has been an Adjunct Professor of Architectural Photography at Columbia GSAPP since 2003. Attali studied photography at Goldsmiths, University of London, she continued her studies as a visiting scholar at Columbia GSAPP with a support of Fulbright Foundation, and Waseda University, Tokyo. She has a Ph.D. from RMIT University, School of Architecture and Design, Australia.
 
Attali began her photographic career in 1993 as a landscape and archeology photographer. For over ten years she photographed excavation sites and archeological findings specializing in the documentation of ancient painting in under earth tombs with the use of UV and IR radiation. During this period, Attali worked in various museums in Greece, Turkey, Italy, France and UK. Her corps of archeological work includes thousands of photographs produced for scientific documentation and archaeological publications.
 
In parallel with her past work as an archeology photographer, she photographed landscapes in different parts of the world. Her pictures have been published and exhibited internationally. Her work has been supported by prestigious institutions, such as Fulbright, Japan Foundation, Graham Foundation, Dreyer's Foundation, Norwegian Embassy in Copenhagen, Danish Arts Council, Chilean Ministry of Culture culminating to numerous exhibitions and publications. During the past 20 years, Attali has been preoccupied primarily with architectural photography, both as a profession and as a fine-art photographer. Her architectural work expands from Europe to Americas and from Asia to Australia.

www.erietaattali.com


Landscape into Architecture. The course aims to investigate architecture photography as a means to analyze and communicate novel spatial interrelationships between architecture and its natural or man-made context. This investigation will be enhanced by a historical overview of this dynamic through recognized masters’ works: from pioneering 18th century archaeological photography to emblematic architectural photographs that defined the visual vocabulary of mid-20th century modernism.


The main objectives for architecture/design students are as follows
 
1. Examination of the various ways in which photography has served as an active tool for understanding the relationship between architectural works and their respective environments, either natural or man-made.
 
2. Exploration of the degree to which human intervention has incised natural landscapes, and, at the same time, how elements of pure or derived nature have penetrated into the human realm.
 
3. Investigation of both urban and natural spaces to develop perceptions about specific atmospheric qualities of the space and translate it visually through the photographic medium.
 
4. Development of not just a technical skill set, but the development of abilities to capture essential qualities such as light, time, spatial relations and materiality which transform the work to something more sophisticated than mere documentation.
 
5. Learning to position visual research with reference to matters of architectural theory.


Methodology

1. Empowering students through peer-to-peer learning, discussion and critique in an environment outside of the formal design studio.  Students develop a language that is grounded in built form and landscape but accessible through their visual research.
 
2. Familiarizing students with case studies and broad reaching exemplars (both in physical  books and online) and to consider how to 'situate' work globally in the realm of both architecture and photography. 


Bibliograpy & References
 
Abelardo Morell, “Abelardo Morell : The Universe Next Door”, Chicago, Illinois : The Art Institute of Chicago, [2013].
Andreas Gursky, “Photographs from 1984 to the present”, New York, TeNeues, 2000.
Andrew Higgott, Timothy Wray, “Camera constructs : photography, architecture and the modern city”, Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2012.
Axel Hutte, “As dark as light”, Amsterdam, München Schirmer/Mosel, 2001.
Berenice Abbott, “The unknown Abbott”, Göttingen : Steidl ; [New York] : Commerce Graphics, 2013.
Centre Canadien d’architecture, “Photography and Architecture, 1839-1939”, New York, N.Y. : Callaway Editions, c1982.
Cervin Robinson, Joel Herschman, “Architecture transformed. A history of photography of buildings from 1839 to the present”, The Architectural League of New York and The MIT Press, 1987.
Edward Burtynsky, Lori Pauli,  “Manufactured landscapes: the photographs of Edward Burtynsky”, National Gallery of Canada in association with Yale University Press, 2003.
Gabriele Basilico, “Cityscapes, London”, Thames & Hudson,1999
Gabriele Basilico, “Interrupted city”, Barcelona, ACTAR, 1999.
Hiroshi Sugimoto, “Architecture of Time”, New York, NY, Distributed Art Publishers, 2002.
Juhani Pallasmaa, “The architecture of image : existential space in cinema”, Helsinki : Rakennustieto, 2001.
Kander Nadav Yangtze, “The Long River”, Hatje Cantz, 2011.
Mimmo Jodice, “Perdersi a guardare : trenta anni di fotografie in Italia”, Roma : Contrasto, 2007.
Olivo Barbieri, Elger Esser, “Cityscapes / Landscapes”, Cinisello Balsamo, Milano : Silvana, c2002.
Serraino Pierluigi, Julius Shulman, “Modernism Rediscovered”, Taschen, 2000.
Thomas Struth, “Unconscious Places”, München : Schirmer/Mosel, 2012.
 
 
 
Workshop 5 créditos abierto a todo público
Contacto: arq@ uc.cl | +56 2 2354 7747
www.arquitectura.uc.cl
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Chile

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