Daily Archives: 30 October 2010

La folia

La folia. O compozitie pe care Lante nu poate (si nu trebuie) sa se mai sature ascultandu-o. Mai jos puteti asculta cateva cover-uri realizate de niste compozitori de dinaintea Involutiei franceze.

Antonio Martín y Coll:

Arcangelo Corelli:

Marin Marais:

Marais este unul din preferatii mei si as vrea sa vi-l bag si voua pe gat.

Fiind oblic

Biserica Sainte Bernadette du Banlay este singura construita de Paul Virilio, in colaborare cu Claude Parent. Noi aici, pe Lanternativa, am mai prezentat biserici. Biserici deosebite.

La exterior, S. Bernadette seamana ingrozitor de mult cu un buncar, spatiu al sufocarii si al claustrofobiei. Icoane ale incarcerarii, buncarele strang cu atat mai mult cu cat vor sa apere mai mult.

In interior insa, spatiul / forma face o pirueta brusca si introduce un concept care, cumva, deconstruieste tot ce s-a vrut a se exprima la suprafata / in exterior. Daca fatada este statica, interiorul este lichid. Este alunecos. Te introduce intr-un spatiu in care domneste lipsa de echilibru. Este oblic. Aici, fiecare se transforma in dansator.

Din cate stiu, pana acum a aparut un singur volumas dedicat in exclusivitate acestei constructii.

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Cateva extrase dintr-un superb interviu luat lui Virilio de catre  Sylvère Lotringer: After Architecture: A Conversation (Grey Room, No. 3 (Spring, 2001), pp. 32-53):

I think that architecture has always been developed within forms that are ordered: the sphere, the cylinder, the cube, etc. However, ordered forms and surfaces are a kind of geometric academicism. There have been different periods of architecture, but the geometric formalism has remained. Most architects have limited themselves to Euclidean forms, i.e., the orthogonal. The idea is to create an architecture that plays off of disequilibrium. The model to be followed is not Vitruvian man, nor man of Le Corbusier’s Modulor; it’s the dancer. What puts us into a situation of disequilibrium is the inclined plane. We are always in the process of restructuring ourselves.

The relation to the body in the oblique function is the dancer, the actor. It wasn’t academic.

In the future we will see completely oblique houses.

The tyranny of the right angle.

You can’t construct space without constructing time, without raising the question of the use of time and the use of space.

People were afraid to live in the oblique.