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Session 03 Presentation | more >>
PDF formatted presentations of Mika Cimolini, Suzan Kuppens and Toine van Goethem from InBetween Session 03 at Mediamatic are available for download.
Mimi, 18 Aug 2009

Toine van Goethem - presenting - Packaging | more >>
Mimi, 19 May 2009

Mika Cimolini - presenting - Packaging Architecture - | more >>
Mimi, 18 May 2009

Suzan Kuppens - presenting - Painting the Roses Red | more >>
sample, 18 May 2009

Packaging compact happiness | more >>
Compact class is the class with freedom to choose. Between packages of carefully-marketed options, decided upon, developed and mixed to fulfill our compact needs. Is Compact the class living out of packages?
Alicia Velazquez, 14 May 2009

The package is the product | more >>
“Packaging architecture” is the term that we invented a year ago at our company, while internally discussing the ongoing effort of a contemporary architectural production. We were searching for the term that would describe a condition, where architectural production, and perhaps also the interest, gets solely focused on the design of the external skin or sheltering fasade, often independently or even unrelated to its internal content or function.
Igor Kebel, 14 May 2009

OHG Mono Packaging | more >>
Freek Dech's urban photo collection of repetitive housing blocks along the Oostellijke Handelskade in Amsterdam.
Mimi, 13 May 2009

It ain’t what you build it is the way that you wrap it | more >>
Not many people have become so associated with wrapping buildings as Christo and his partner Jeanne-Claude. In a career spanning three decades they have wrapped a significant number of the worlds most iconic buildings. For a while, buildings that had never been wrapped by Christo lacked status and were not seen as particularly worthwhile. The pair of artists however always negated a deeper meaning to their wrapping efforts. Jeanne-Claude is quoted as saying: “We create works of joy and beauty. We do not create messages. We do not create symbols. We create works of art. All works of art are good for nothing, except to be a work of art”. This charming statement was weakened a bit, when the pair took legal action against a photographic agency to secure the image rights to the wrapped Reichstag building. Germany’s Constitutional Court ruled in favor of Christo. This judgement meant that, from then on, a wrapped building had a different legal status then a non-wrapped building. In the history of wrapped buildings Christo and Jeanne-Claude have reached an almost mythical status.
Freek Dech, 13 May 2009

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