Felipe Lanuza Rilling

Burgess Park – Photographer kneeling and taking a picture of a couple of barges floating in the canal on a foggy day (2015, 2:13) Layered composition made of videos taken near St George’s Church in Burgess Park, in February 2015. The site was formerly a dense industrial setting and was crossed by the Surrey Canal…

Henrietta Williams

The Mac, Belfast Commissioned by the Architectural Association of Ireland 2014, Henrietta Williams, (7:15 mins) BIO: Henrietta Williams is a photographer and videographer. She is currently working towards an AHRC funded practice-based PhD at the Bartlett, UCL. http://www.henriettawilliams.com

Judit Ferencz

The Labours of the Months in Robin Hood Gardens (Ferencz, 2017) The animations are a selection from a longer sequence, depicting in a monthly rhythm, through the course of a year, the everyday activities at the East London housing estate Robin Hood Gardens (1972). Taking inspiration from the Calendarium pages of the late medieval breviary…

Thi Phuong-Trâm Nguyen

Cycle 1 | The Imprint and the Hand (Nguyen, 2016, 3min) The project explores the idea of the longing for the first encounter of the body and the space of wonder. It is based on the movement in the experience of an anamorphic image to reach out toward a meaning not yet known. From a purely visual medium,…

Bihter Almaç

Improbable Architectures, A Self-quest (Almaç, 2015, 15:35) Improbable Architectures, A Self-quest is part of the Improbable Architectures experiment. The film pursues my self-quest of becoming and designing through an unbounded, non-structured text. It is an attempt of a diagram-documentation. The tools of this diagram are; the IA poems (reR1: A Pack of Nobodies, reR2: Inexhaustible Nature…

Ollie Palmer & Simon Valastro

Scriptych (Palmer, 2016, 9:00) A couple attempt to communicate from afar using an interface which translates their movements into words. Structured across three micro-acts, Scriptych takes precision in choreography to an extreme, embedding sensors on dancers which measure their movements and control both the music and the words spoken aloud, in real time. The couples’…

Quynh Vantu

Kyokai (Inside/Outside): One, (Vantu, 2017, 4:00) Inside and outside, Kyokai (Inside/Outside) exists as both. This film documents the project Kyokai (Inside/Outside) in Kamiyama, Japan exploring ideas of boundary and threshold. A movement of the body through a layered entry is first created by an engawa, a zone usually transitioning the public and private space of…

Samar Maqusi 

Narrative of a Space (Maqusi, 2014, 15:00) Situated within the confines of UNRWA borders and Host Country politics, Narrative of a Space tells the story of the other Palestinian space, the Palestinian refugee camp. Constructed over 68 years of protracted refuge, the Palestinian camp demonstrates itself as a spatial archive within the larger Palestinian narrative…

Rebecca Loewen

POLYGRAPHIA (Rebecca Loewen and Anne Kawala, 2013, 8:50) Marcel Duchamp’s notes on the concept of inframince, literally ‘infra-thin’, describe fine indirect perceptions of physical phenomena. Rebecca Loewen’s revolving Concave Door was conceived of as an instance of inframince and also as a filmset. Writer Anne Kawala’s screenplay for the Concave Door tells the story of a…

Ifigeneia Liangi

A Primary School for a Future Nation, Athens (Liangi, 2012, 04:12) This is a story of magical realism for Athens. The tale of a Primary School that is equivalent to a Nation, running with its own political system and it’s own currency, referring back to the city of Athens through a series of subtle allegories,…

Irene A Kelly

An architectural enquiry into the sublime and beautiful — An aesthetic theory of peace-process landscapes in-between Irelands. (Kelly, 2011/12, 24:45) I use movement as a tactic by choosing a series of traverses that were not possible to undertake as a civilian during the Northern Ireland conflict: Divis Mountain next to Belfast City which changed hands…

Sander Hölsgens

Reverberations (Hölsgens, 2016, 35 min.) Reverberations blends rhythms,  textures,  and  colours  with  spatial  skills,  bodily  gestures,  and social practices.  Building upon sensory ethnography and phenomenology, this film explores the motions and emotions in three skate parks—including their direct architectural surroundings—in Seoul, South Korea. BIO: Sander Hölsgens is a trained photographer and filmmaker. He is a tutor at UCL’s Writing Lab…