With the presence of Diogo Seixas Lopes
Heinz Emigholz has been creating a work tackling film’s temporal and spatial qualities, natural and urban landscape, human manufacturing, and the composition of ways of geometrising space. Between abstract and figurative, the pursuit of the representativeness of the matter/shape binomial and of its limits, Emigholz puts into perspective the spatial/temporal qualities of film based on the matter/formal qualities of other artistic and human practices, and – outstandingly like no one else – the meeting between film and architecture. Observation, aesthetic, historical and political rigour are the features that turn his films – apart from their relevance as formal proposition – into true reflexions on the genetic connection between landscape, history, shapes, constructions, and human practices. With the presence of Diogo Seixas Lopes.
This talk takes place after the screening of Zwei Museum (by Heinz Emigholz) and Letters to Max (by Eric Baudelaire) on October 17th at 3 p.m in the Small Audithorium, Culturgest.
In partnership with Lisbon Architecture Triennale
Talk held in English
OCT 17 / 5.00 pm, Culturgest – Forum Debates
Free admittance. Tickets must be collected on that day.
Talk held in English, with no translation.