MOVING SPACES SYMPOSIUM
Cristobal Palma will present the keynote presentation at the MOVING SPACES SYMPOSIUM.
Fri 22 Sept, 6.00pm
Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design
24 Balfour Road, Parnell, Auckland, 1052
Cristobal Palma is an architectural photographer and filmmaker based in Santiago, Chile where he founded Estudio Palma. Palma studied at the Architectural Association (AA) in London before practicing as a photographer focused primarily on architecture and urban landscapes. His editorial work includes commissions for: Monocle, Wire, The New York Times and Domus. Selected solo exhibitions include Paisajes locales, AFA Gallery, Santiago (2009); Espacio continuo, AFA Gallery, Santiago, curated by Camilo Yañez (2012); Espacio continuo, ZavaletaLab, Buenos Aires (2013); Punto de vista, Galeria Tajamar, Santiago (2014); Espacio Continuo, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Santiago (2014); Construcción, Galeria XS, Santiago (2015). In 2010 Palma began to produce short architectural films and his work has been shown in Canada, Colombia, Portugal and Italy. In 2012 Palma’s film work was presented at the Chile Pavilion at the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale: CANCHA. In 2013 his film Piling Up won ‘Best Architecture Short Film’ at ArqFilmFest in Santiago, Chile.
Moving Spaces is an interdisciplinary symposium that will bring together academics, practitioners and researchers to address the expanded field of architectural film-making
Louise Mackenzie – Cinecity Architectural Film Project, Swinburne, University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia
‘Abject Nature: Haunting the modern city in Jacques Tati’s Play Time’
Dr Andrew Denton – Head of Department: Postgraduate Studies at the School of Art and Design, at Auckland University of Technology, and a director at AUT’s App Lab.
‘Imperceptible Entities of Enormous Finitude: Cinematic Affects and Anthropocenic Cities’
Chris Brown + Dawid Wisniewski – senior visualisers, Warren & Mahoney Architects, Auckland, New Zealand
‘The Art of Visualisation from Virtual Reality to Architectural Film’
Professor Thomas Mical – Head of School, School of Art and Design, Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand
‘Architecture for Panoramic Hypermodernity’
Both the Keynote talk and Symposium and Screening are free to attend but registration is necessary.
Places can be booked here:
Cristobal Palma keynote talk – Fri 22 Sept, 6pm
Symposium & Screening 22 – 23 Sept
For further information about Moving Spaces, please contact David Cowlard: firstname.lastname@example.org