“Architecture and the Unspeakable” full-length film now released


Still from the “Tokyo” episode of “Architecture and the Unspeakable”. Courtesy of John Szot Studio.

By Justine Testado
October 14, 2014, Archinect News

The full-length version of “Architecture and the Unspeakable”, directed by John Szot and produced by Brooklyn Digital Foundry, is now officially released to the public. The film features three architecture proposals by John Szot Studio, who visualized three fictional buildings in SoHo, Tokyo, and Detroit. Each building represents a pathological issue that also contributes to the cultural dialogue in architecture, thus exploring the connection between virtual architecture and the physical world.

The film has been featured at public events throughout the U.S. since last month. An upcoming screening is currently scheduled for November 13 at the Pinkcomma Gallery in Boston.

Check out the film in its entirety right below. Read more…

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