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Understanding Better Series - Week 8 (A new series that focuses on comprehending the architectural drawing to a deeper extent) FILIP DUJARDIN Reality is never singular, always multiple – forming the basis for all sorts of plays on fact and fiction. Architects, too, use renderings and visualisations to create imaginary worlds that promise something new and transport the future into the present as a true-to-life image. Today, realistic renderings and retouched architectural photography can scarcely be told apart. Almost unnoticed, as an incidental phenomenon on the margins of specialised architecture platforms, a visual idiom has emerged in recent years, that uses a handful of tricks to turn familiar real buildings into surreal fictions. In his work, Filip Dujardin (born 1971 in Ghent), one of the best-known new photo-visionaries, deals with the fine line between the plausible and the unreal. The pictures in his plainly-titled Fictions series are impossible, illogical, but not unfamiliar – perhaps because of the “historical patina” that he always works into them. With his approach, this art and architecture photographer deliberately distances himself from today’s conventional methods of depicting real architecture. He describes his works as “hi-tech structures with lo-tech shells”. Text taken from uncubemagazine.com #showitbetter

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Understanding Better Series - Week 8 (A new series that focuses on comprehending the architectural drawing to a deeper extent) FILIP DUJARDIN Reality is never singular, always multiple – forming the basis for all sorts of plays on fact and fiction. Architects, too, use renderings and visualisations to create imaginary worlds that promise something new and transport the future into the present as a true-to-life image. Today, realistic renderings and retouched architectural photography can scarcely be told apart. Almost unnoticed, as an incidental phenomenon on the margins of specialised architecture platforms, a visual idiom has emerged in recent years, that uses a handful of tricks to turn familiar real buildings into surreal fictions. In his work, Filip Dujardin (born 1971 in Ghent), one of the best-known new photo-visionaries, deals with the fine line between the plausible and the unreal. The pictures in his plainly-titled Fictions series are impossible, illogical, but not unfamiliar – perhaps because of the “historical patina” that he always works into them. With his approach, this art and architecture photographer deliberately distances himself from today’s conventional methods of depicting real architecture. He describes his works as “hi-tech structures with lo-tech shells”. Text taken from uncubemagazine.com #showitbetter

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Step Out (a new space in SIB where architecture transcends onto other fields) * PENIQUE PRODUCTIONS Penique productions was established in Barcelona, 2007, as a collective focusing on the ephemeral installation. Since 2008, Penique has also operated from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Each project begins by identifying a unique location to construct a customised piece – the inflatable. The “balloon”, made from a lightweight plastic, grows and expands as the air becomes the supporting structure and forces the inflatable to grow, consuming all in its path. Conquered by the inflatable, the space is transformed by a new light, a new texture and a new monochrome colour. The viewer is transported via sensory experience to a setting simultaneously familiar yet new. Having lost its original function the site is given a new identity. The balloon acts as a barrier from multiple realities – framing and creating a new space – as a container, it blurs the concept of the art object. Penique offers an experience to the viewer. Through this clear and direct perceptual message, we aim to reach out to all PEOPLE. text taken from peniqueproductions.com/index.php/peniqueteam/statement/ @peniqueproductions #showitbetter

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Understanding Better Series - Week 8 (A new series that focuses on comprehending the architectural drawing to a deeper extent) FILIP DUJARDIN Reality is never singular, always multiple – forming the basis for all sorts of plays on fact and fiction. Architects, too, use renderings and visualisations to create imaginary worlds that promise something new and transport the future into the present as a true-to-life image. Today, realistic renderings and retouched architectural photography can scarcely be told apart. Almost unnoticed, as an incidental phenomenon on the margins of specialised architecture platforms, a visual idiom has emerged in recent years, that uses a handful of tricks to turn familiar real buildings into surreal fictions. In his work, Filip Dujardin (born 1971 in Ghent), one of the best-known new photo-visionaries, deals with the fine line between the plausible and the unreal. The pictures in his plainly-titled Fictions series are impossible, illogical, but not unfamiliar – perhaps because of the “historical patina” that he always works into them. With his approach, this art and architecture photographer deliberately distances himself from today’s conventional methods of depicting real architecture. He describes his works as “hi-tech structures with lo-tech shells”. Text taken from uncubemagazine.com #showitbetter

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Understanding Better Series - Week 8 (A new series that focuses on comprehending the architectural drawing to a deeper extent) FILIP DUJARDIN Reality is never singular, always multiple – forming the basis for all sorts of plays on fact and fiction. Architects, too, use renderings and visualisations to create imaginary worlds that promise something new and transport the future into the present as a true-to-life image. Today, realistic renderings and retouched architectural photography can scarcely be told apart. Almost unnoticed, as an incidental phenomenon on the margins of specialised architecture platforms, a visual idiom has emerged in recent years, that uses a handful of tricks to turn familiar real buildings into surreal fictions. In his work, Filip Dujardin (born 1971 in Ghent), one of the best-known new photo-visionaries, deals with the fine line between the plausible and the unreal. The pictures in his plainly-titled Fictions series are impossible, illogical, but not unfamiliar – perhaps because of the “historical patina” that he always works into them. With his approach, this art and architecture photographer deliberately distances himself from today’s conventional methods of depicting real architecture. He describes his works as “hi-tech structures with lo-tech shells”. Text taken from uncubemagazine.com #showitbetter

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