Exploring process towards realism: Dogme Interactive Film Archive.

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Publication Type thesis
School or College College of Architecture & Planning
Department Architecture & Planning (College of)
Author Newman, Thomas
Title Exploring process towards realism: Dogme Interactive Film Archive.
Date 2006-05
Description From the Project summary: "Architecture has historically been an art form that seeks meaning throughout the universe. From the Primitive Hut, throughout the myriad of styles and movements leading to contemporary architecture, and ultimately the path for the future, architectural design looks for inspiration in the human relationship to the environment, to the universe, and to culture. The human element defines the essence of realism in architecture. This project explores a design approach to architectural realism, inspired by Dogme 95, a process oriented approach to film making. Filmic realism is chosen as a source for architectural inspiration because of its inherent notion of "truth" within the projection of experiential sequences of the human relationship to space. Programmatically, this project is an interactive film archive for the preservation of films related to Dogme 95. This interaction incorporates a myriad of users in the spectrum of general public to professional filmmaker. This project embodies Dogme as program, while projecting a design process inspired by the movement."
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Subject Motion pictures; Archives; Designs; Plans
Dissertation Institution University of Utah
Dissertation Name M.Arch
Relation is Version of Digital copy of "Exploring process towards realism: Dogme Interactive Film Archive," College of Architecture + Planning, Visual Resources Library
Rights Management © Thomas Newman
Format Medium application/pdf
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Source Original: College of Architecture + Planning, Visual Resource Library
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Date Created 2012-04-23
Date Modified 2012-04-23
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6154xjd