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Sexual abuse: It’s you, him, and his work
"Teasing out a response to a work and its maker is complicated, and personal."
PaoloSoleri  abuse  DanielaSoleri 
january 2018 by cosmic
RT : My paper on the construction process of the Solimene Factory (1956) is out. , çade. Draw…
terracotta  PaoloSoleri  fa  from twitter_favs
june 2017 by mgprojekt
Arcosanti, an Early Eco-City, Faces the Future
THE pilgrimage began with a black-and-white handbill on a campus bulletin board. At the top was a sketch of an ultramodern compound rising above a desert canyon: a city upon a hill.
nytimes  arcosanti  ecocity  architecture  design  arizona  paolosoleri 
february 2016 by brendanmcfadden
Graham Foundation > Exhibitions > Everything Loose Will Land
"The Graham Foundation is pleased to present Everything Loose Will Land—an exhibition that explores the dynamic intersection of architecture and the visual arts in Los Angeles during the 1970s. Reframing Frank Lloyd Wright's famous quip, “Tip the world over on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles,” the exhibition demonstrates that rather than merely abject disarray, the city’s characteristic “looseness” dislodged the arts from their separate habits, realigning and ultimately redefining cultural practices and their relationship to the city.

Expanding on the interplay between art and architecture, sections of Everything Loose Will Land will be installed inside of Judy Ledgerwood’s immersive wall painting, Chromatic Patterns for the Graham Foundation, which will remain on view in the first floor galleries of the Madlener House."
losangeles  art  1960s  1970s  grahamfoundation  sylvialavin  2014  exhibitions  california  cities  architecture  ronherron  judychicago  miriamschapiro  environmentalcommunications  craighodgetts  keithgodard  paolosoleri  leonkoren  morphosis  thommayne  michaelrotondi  sheilalavrantdebretteville  studiowrokds  alisonknowles  robertsmithson  billyalbengston  edruscha  ericowenmoss  design 
april 2014 by robertogreco
Paolo Soleri dies at 93; architect of innovative city Arcosanti -
Paolo Soleri, an Italian-born architect who created a visionary prototype for a new kind of ecologically sensitive city in the remote Arizona desert four decades ago, only to watch the suburban sprawl he detested begin to creep near it in recent years, has died. He was 93.
extinct  April  desert  2013  USWest  PaoloSoleri  Arizona  extinction  Spring 
may 2013 by ahasteve
AHI: United States » The ultimate future city: the world inside
"I re-read The World Inside every few years. Though its story line is wispy, something about his human hive is endlessly absorbing, both fascinating and deeply disturbing. Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window toyed with urban voyeurism as an inescapable feature (bane and benefit) of high-rise living, but The World Inside took it a step further. If we are surrounded by our fellow beings in every direction, at every moment of our existence, we may choose to conceal or flaunt ourselves but we are unlikely to have secrets for long. So unless we are all to be obsessed voyeurs of each other, we might as well shed our historical prudery and accept that anything about us can become visible to all of us."
cities  scifi  future  population  privacy  hitchcock  civilization  density  skyscrapers  thomasmalthus  paulehrlich  paolosoleri  robertsilverberg  rearwindow  overpopulation 
january 2008 by arosner

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