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Ariadne Mikou - architecture in disappearance

Ariadne Mikou - architecture in disappearance

Ariadne Mikou - architecture in disappearance

Ariadne Mikou - architecture in disappearance

This conference explores the potential role of film and choreography in moving images to reimagine the architecture of failure, to help diverge from its habitual use and perception, and – if it is not too ambitious – to even save it from demolition.

Festival International de Vidéo Danse de Bourgogne 2016 - Danses macabres

Video conception : Centre de Vidéo Danse de Bourgogne

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