Imagine Architecture: Artistic Visions of the Urban Realm

Imagine Architecture: Artistic Visions of the Urban Realm

Lukas Feireiss Di Ozesanmuseum Bamberg / Sep 17, 2019

Imagine Architecture Artistic Visions of the Urban Realm Visual culture influences architecture and vice versa Imagine Architecture compiles contemporary perspectives on this exchange from those working in creative fields including installation sculpture

  • Title: Imagine Architecture: Artistic Visions of the Urban Realm
  • Author: Lukas Feireiss Di Ozesanmuseum Bamberg
  • ISBN: 9783899555448
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Visual culture influences architecture and vice versa Imagine Architecture compiles contemporary perspectives on this exchange from those working in creative fields including installation, sculpture, illustration, photography, and design Contemporary developments in the visual arts are often reflected in urban landscapes Imagine Architecture explores the ways in whichVisual culture influences architecture and vice versa Imagine Architecture compiles contemporary perspectives on this exchange from those working in creative fields including installation, sculpture, illustration, photography, and design Contemporary developments in the visual arts are often reflected in urban landscapes Imagine Architecture explores the ways in which visual culture develops in public spaces and how it shapes those spaces This book focuses on the fruitful exchange between visual culture and architecture and follows up on the themes introduced in our previous release Beyond Architecture It compiles experimental projects and creative perspectives from the fields of illustration, painting, collage, sculpture, photography, installation, and design A young generation of creatives sees the urban landscape as the starting point for their work When these Illustrated bys, sculptors, or photographers engage with architecture, their art overrules conventional doctrines on the use of space They use buildings as a medium for their ideas, breaking norms and triggering new tensions Whether they make sculptures that are created within the context of a given structure or street art whose forms and colors impact its surrounding architecture, all of the featured projects interpret and reflect their spatial settings in compelling ways In the process, these visionary concepts are playfully expanding the definition of architecture Their creativity has the potential to breathe new life into public spaces and promote the evolution of our cities Imagine Architecture showcases spirited artwork that experiments with architecture and pushes its boundaries As a contemporary survey of visual culture, the book is not only a must read for architects, but also for anyone who sees architecture as a source of inspiration and an opportunity to project their creativity.

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    1. This is one of the most beautiful art books I've seen in some time. Imagine Architecture examines the intersection of art, design, architecture and fantasy through various mediums. These works are spellbinding and proof that imagination has no bounds. Timely to finally finish this after seeing Paola Antonelli of MoMA speak last week. Check out her presentation here: sxsw/interactive/news/2015


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