Redesigning architecture through photography

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Germen, Murat (2008) Redesigning architecture through photography. In: EVA London 2008, Electronic Information, the Visual Arts and Beyond, British Computer Society, London, UK

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Abstract – This paper focuses on the possibility of (re)designing architecture virtually with the help of one of the most important representation tools: Photography. Various digital processes like stitching multiple photos together and mirroring images in image editing software like Photoshop, allow this virtual architecture to take place in virtual environments. Photography can be utilized in the process of ‘constructing’ a new space --that we can call ‘narrative space’-- from an existing spatial body. This narrative space can also be defined as a ‘manufactured metaspace’ which is a space beyond reality and representation: A constructed reality that exists solely in digital realms like Second Life.

Item Type:Papers in Conference Proceedings
Subjects:N Fine Arts > N Visual arts (General) For photography, see TR
T Technology > TR Photography
N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general
ID Code:8830
Deposited By:Murat Germen
Deposited On:03 Sep 2008 14:08
Last Modified:19 Jul 2019 09:59

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