Dorit Margreiter : Description

Format: Paperback
Pub. Date: 2011-07-15
Publisher(s): Museo Nacional Reina Sofia
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One constant in the work of Dorit Margreiter (Austria, 1967) is her interest in the intersection between modernity as a notion and the ways it can be presented in film, video, text and photography. This book is rooted in the relationship between film and architecture, and it includes a series of works from 2001 to 2011 that examine the construction of the gaze at the threshold that separates public space from the private sphere, a characteristic of modern architecture.

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