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Music & Architecture Pecha Kucha

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Michael Blake

on 23 September 2013

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Transcript of Music & Architecture Pecha Kucha

JAZZ & ARCHITECTURE
COMPARISON IS THE STANDARD THAT EVERY ARTIST CONSCIOUSLY OR UNCONSCIOUSLY USES AND SHOWS HIM HOW TO EXPRESS (HIS) TRUTH AS DETERMINATELY AS POSSIBLE.

TO MAKE COMPARISONS IS TO EXERCISE ONE'S VISION OF RELATIONSHIPS: AND THE ARTIST IS LEFT TO SEE AND COMPARE BASIC OPPOSITIONS: THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE UNIVERSAL.

- PIET MONDRIAN

HARMONIC PROPORTION
Numbers by means of which the agreement of sound affects our ears with delight, are the very same which please our eyes and our minds. We shall therefore borrow all our rules for harmonic relations from the musicians to whom this kind of numbers is extremely well known and from the particular things wherein nature shows herself most excellent.
-ALBERTI


ANDREA PALLADIO - VILLA MALCONENTA
STRAMPS
Le Corbusier
"JAZZ, LIKE THE SKYSCRAPERS, IS AN EVENT AND NOT A DELIBERATELY CONCEIVED CREATION. THEY REPRESENT THE FORCES OF TODAY. THE JAZZ IS MORE ADVANCED THAN THE ARCHITECTURE. IF ARCHITECTUER WERE AT THE POINT REACHED BY JAZZ, IT WOULD BE AN INCREDIBLE SPECTACLE. I REPEAT: MANHATTAN IS HOT JAZZ IN STONE AND STEAL."
"THE CARPENTER CENTER CHALLENGES THE SURROUNDING ORDER BY RESTRUCTURING THE PERIODIC DURATION OF ACTIVITY BETWEEN CLASSES TO REVEAL EMANCIPATORY MOMENTS RESONANT WITH ARMSTRONG'S RYTHMIC DISSENT."
-DAVID P. BROWN,
1+2+3+4=10
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ULTI-TEMPORAL DESIGN
CARPENTER CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS
HARVARD UNIVERSITY, 1963
"(JAZZ) MUSIC HAS TOUCHED AMERICA BECAUSE IT HAS THE MELODY OF THE SOUL JOINED WITH THE RHYTHM OF THE MACHINE"
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