areashape
areashape is a virtual space for experiments and reflection at the intersection of between art, architecture, daily life and design. It is a continuous research with many open questions.
Space research (in an architectural and sculptural sense) is one of its main concerns.

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I do not claim authorship of all images on areashape. I try to give proper credit for content in all posts; all image sources are either provided with a ‘via’ link, or a link back to the original website when applicable. Posts are solely inspirational in nature and are not used for commercial purposes. If you are the copyright holder of any imagery you would like removed or credited differently, please contact me.
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The art of writing #kuiperdomingosprojects #akademiederkünste #berlin
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we-find-wildness:

Untitled (2014, installation) by Tatiana Trouvé from the exhibition ‘the longest echo’ at mamco, geneva
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Please join us at “The art of writing”, Tableau vivant by Kuiperdomingos projects, Saturday July 26, 2pm. Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg 10, Berlin #kuiperdomingosprojects #kuiperdomingos #theartofwriting #tableauvivant
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aureliomadrid:

aurelio madrid
felix gonzalez-torres drawing
2014
felt-tip pen & ball-point pen on (folded) felix gonzales-torres paper from his untitled (the end) 1990 stack
28” x 22”

http://art.newcity.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/c608eGonzalez.jog_.jpg
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likeafieldmouse:

Aleksandr Rodchenko - Linearism (1920)
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hipinuff:

Alexander Rodchenko (Russian: 1891 – 1956), Composition,1920.
The line has revolutionised our view of the pictorial surface by changing the idea that form is no more than a patch of color.
    - Alexander Rodchenko 
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blakegopnik:

THE DAILY PIC (Vacation rerun, from Nov 1, 2013): Today’s image, appropriately, shows “Miss November, 1954”, whose image starred in a recent lecture at the Artist’s Institute by the great architectural historian Beatriz Colomina. Colomina presented research by her team at Princeton showing how, throughout the 1950s and 60s, Playboy magazine was a crucial promoter of modern design. It published features on cutting-edge architects and designers and often posed playmates in their classic pieces – as here, where model Diane Hunter sits in a butterfly chair by Jorge Ferrari Hardoy. Colomina didn’t mention it, but it seems to me there’s some kind of equation, both social and formal, between the pared-down chairs and the girls perched on them – something about men’s ownership of biomorphic (and biological) modernity. (Interesting that the bodies now look vintage but the chairs haven’t dated at all.) Colomina did show how Playboy, with its circulation of seven million, would have had vastly more reach and influence than any design magazine. Any architect featured in Playboy – Mies and Wright and Bucky Fuller, but also the radicals at Ant Farm and Yale’s dean of architecture  – “becomes a model poised at the very heart of the Playboy dream,” said Colomina. Strangely, from his very first editorial Heffner felt a need to apologize for keeping his readers inside the well-designed home, and away from the woods and wilds found in other men’s magazines. Colomina argues that this is because home decor was traditionally women’s territory, and a  manly man wouldn’t go there. Rather than pretending to buy the mag for the writing and really ogling the girls, which was the classic Playboy-reader excuse, many playboys were pretending to buy for the babes, while actually hunting for decorator tips. “Architecture turned out to be much more seductive than the Playmates,” Colomina said.
For a full visual survey of past Daily Pics visit blakegopnik.com/archive.
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grupaok:

Luciano Fabro, In cubo (In Cube), 1966.
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grupaok:

Luciano Fabro, Stage Production (Cube of Mirrors), 1967-75
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You are kindly invited to:
The Art of writing by Kuiperdomingos Projects at the Akademie der Künste (Hanseatenweg 10, Berlin), Saturday July 26, 2pm 

Kuiperdomingos Projects will perform at the Academy of Art in Berlin. The action is called ‘The art of writing’. It is an invitation to write and draw, to cool down and think. Photos of the action are not wanted. The focus will be on creative work and the analogue: hand, paper, time and calligraphy.

Kuiperdomingos Projects is an art duo consisting out of Hans Kuiper (Amsterdam) and Tiny Domingos (Berlin) who accomplished multiple performances, actions and exhibitions since 2011. Their work lingers between art and architecture, performance and schlager music, conceptual art and entertainment.

What: ‘The art of writing’, performance installation
When: July 26th 2014, 2pm
Where: Akademie der Künste /Academy of Art, Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin
Who: Kuiperdomingos Projects #kuiperdomingosprojects #kuiperdomingos#areashape #akademiederkünste #tableauvivant #performance #art #time#writing #hand #calligraphy #practiceofeverydaylife
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polychroniadis:

The Ramot Polin housing project by Zvi Hecker as it stands today, 35 years since it’s costruction.
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The Art of writing by Kuiperdomingos Projects at the Akademie der Künste (Hanseatenweg 10, Berlin), Saturday 26.07, 14pm Kuiperdomingos projects will perform at the Academy of Art in Berlin. The action is called ‘The art of writing’. It is an invitation to write and draw, to cool down and think. Photos of the action are not wanted. The focus will be on creative work and the analogue: hand, paper, time and calligraphy.

Kuiperdomingos Projects is an art duo consisting out of Hans Kuiper (Amsterdam) and Tiny Domingos (Berlin) who achieved multiple performances, actions and exhibitions since 2011. Their work lingers between art and architecture, performance and schlager music, conceptual art and entertainment.

What: ‘The art of writing’, performance installation
When: July 26th 2014, 2pm
Where: Akademie der Künste /Academy of Art, Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin
Who: Kuiperdomingos Projects #kuiperdomingosprojects #kuiperdomingos #areashape #akademiederkünste #tableauvivant #performance #art #time #writing #hand #calligraphy #practiceofeverydaylife
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A busy man in Berlin. Tiago Batista at the Soviet War Memorial, (Treptower Park).
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rudygodinez:

Hans Peter Feldmann, Six Photographs from the Series/Artist Book “Knees”, (1969)
rudygodinez:

Hans Peter Feldmann, Six Photographs from the Series/Artist Book “Knees”, (1969)
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icancauseaconstellation:

Mnemosyne - Warburg Institute
icancauseaconstellation:

Mnemosyne - Warburg Institute