image, cinema, representation, movement, object, form
Form in architecture has become synonymous with geometries as opposed to the philosophical Aristotelian notion of form. This thesis rests on two beliefs: space and form are co-present, as space without form is nothing and likewise form without space leaves no room to materialize itself. An object results when space and form are co-present; architecture as an object then subsequently reveals itself when a third element of human movement is introduced.
This thesis contends that if architecture is perceived through the introduction of human movement, then it is peculiar that architectural representation has historically been represented through means of static images. Through what is delineated as the moving image, this thesis explores a new mode of architectural representation that utilizes the dynamism of movement as a method of design for architectural form.
Cheong, Eujean; Kim, Andrew; and Yoon, Sol, "The Moving Image" (2017). Architecture Senior Theses. 386.
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