Architectural HistoriansBeatriz Colomina

BE—150 Dean’s Lecture – Beatriz Colomina: X-Ray Architecture

BE—150 Dean's Lecture - Beatriz Colomina: X-Ray Architecture Dean's Lecture Series 2019 Melbourne School of Design University of Melbourne 30 Apr 2019 Join us at the Melbourne School of...

Work Marathon 2018: Beatriz Colomina

The bed has become the epicentre of post-industrial work, according to architecture historian and theorist Beatriz Colomina. In the age of social media, a...

Beatriz Colomina – Modern Architecture and War

Lecture date: 1996-03-22 Beatriz Colomina stresses the importance of investigating the relationship between post-war exhibitions in the United States and the distinctive development of an...

Architectural historian, theorist Beatriz Colomina presents Architecture of Survelience lecture

Beatriz Colomina, a noted author and professor of architectural history and theory at Princeton University, presented "Blurred Visions: Architectures of Surveillance from Mies to...

AD Entrevistas Beatriz Colomina

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A.UD Lecture Series 2012-2013: Beatriz Colomina

UCLA A.UD Lecture Series January 28, 2013 Beatriz Colomina Professor of Architecture and Founding Director of the Program in Media and Modernity at Princeton University Colomina is...

Beatriz Colomina: Battle lines: E. 1027 (October 12, 1994)

Michael Rotondi introduces Beatriz Colomina, noting her most recent book Privacy and Publicity. Colomina begins by explaining the title “Battle Lines E1027.” She cites...

Beatriz Colomina in conversation with Sylvia Lavin (January 29, 2013)

Sylvia Lavin asks Beatriz Colomina to describe her intellectual background, and Colomina explains how studying architecture in Barcelona in the politically-charged atmosphere of the...

Beatriz Colomina – Double Exposure: Architecture as a Machine to See

Lecture date: 2011-01-12 Photographers Gallery @ The AA The second part of this series on photography and the built environment in conjunction with The Photographers’ Gallery...
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