Posts Tagged: ephemeral

NORDIK 2015: mapping unchartered territories

The annual art history conference NORDIK has chosen the topic “mapping unchartered territories” for its 2015 conference in Iceland. The Printed & Built project runs a double session in NORDIK 2015, studying the mediation of modern architecture in genres as different

NORDIK 2015: mapping unchartered territories

The annual art history conference NORDIK has chosen the topic “mapping unchartered territories” for its 2015 conference in Iceland. The Printed & Built project runs a double session in NORDIK 2015, studying the mediation of modern architecture in genres as different

Ephemeral Architecture and its Destruction in the Late 19th-Century Press

Paper for the session Mediating Modern Architecture chaired by Mari Hvattum, Mari Lending and Wallis Miller, Nordik conference, Reykjavik, May 13th-16th, 2015. Ephemeral architecture lies in a sort of indeterminate time and space as it is defined by its erection

Ephemeral Architecture and its Destruction in the Late 19th-Century Press

Paper for the session Mediating Modern Architecture chaired by Mari Hvattum, Mari Lending and Wallis Miller, Nordik conference, Reykjavik, May 13th-16th, 2015. Ephemeral architecture lies in a sort of indeterminate time and space as it is defined by its erection

Effimero: or the Postmodern Italian Condition

Even if The Printed and the Built mainly focuses on the relation between the built environment and print culture in 19th and early 20th-century Europe, some anachronistic incursions into the recent past might also occur. Lea-Catherine Szacka’s postdoctoral research project,

Effimero: or the Postmodern Italian Condition

Even if The Printed and the Built mainly focuses on the relation between the built environment and print culture in 19th and early 20th-century Europe, some anachronistic incursions into the recent past might also occur. Lea-Catherine Szacka’s postdoctoral research project,