BOUMAN, Ole

Architecture and Publishing: Convergent Practices

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Date: Tuesday 20 May 2003
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Running time: 86 mins
As architects increasingly turn to new technologies, the dividing line between building and programme becomes harder to distinguish. Electronic infrastructures, the use of moving images and new media, and the ability to redefine interior and exterior space all interest Ole Bouman. A cultural and architectural historian, Bouman works as a curator and consultant in the fields of architecture, visual culture and politics. Editor-in-chief of Archis magazine and www.archis.org, Bouman writes for various Dutch and international magazines.


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