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daylight and architecture within Wim Wenders’s film direction

It’s just impressive the clarity of Wim Wenders. He frames his images in the camera as well his black eyeglass frame does with him. In this short sequences taken from Pina (Bausch), 2011, Wim Wenders plays with daylight and the built environment as if he were an architect of light. With this, I mean that he uses a camera cart on a very still background, which seems to be only a postcard or a theatre upstage, it is absolutely surreal…

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Looking at light in the Kimbell art museum

Here we publish an excerpt from the article of the colleague Priji Balakrishnan, titled: “LOOKING AT LIGHT IN THE KIMBELL ART MUSEUM” If there is one building that I can write about without having visited it in person, it would be the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. My appreciation of the building — its aesthetics, its proportions and above all its emanating light — has only grown with time. The Kimbell Art Museum is a creation by Louis Kahn, located in Texas.…

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