The increasing importance of the moving image and of virtual environments in the creation of new architecture, as well as the multiplication of art-house and film-essays on architecture, offered to
AP has been involved in the organization of three events for the 2015 Small Cinema Conference edition, held in Malta from the 24th till the 26th of September. Focused on the broad phenomenon of on-location shooting analyzed through the lens of 'smallness', the conference had an interdisciplinary approach, investigating the idea of time, representation and architectural style in films, but also the concepts of heterotopia and
In this framework, Bettina Hutschek presented her movie of the Barraka Lift project that was commissioned by AP. Other short movies commissioned by architecture firms like MVRDV and MK27 has been screened, followed by a debate on film as a medium to represent an architect’s practice portfolio.
For further informations, visit Blitz, non-profit organization and contemporary independent art space that hosted