Film Screening and Discussion: The Forgotten Space


Date: Oct 15, 2012

Conceptual photographer and writer Allan Sekula presents The Forgotten Space (2010), a film essay co-directed by Noël Burch. The award-winning film based on Sekula’s critical work, Fish Story, continues to understand the contemporary maritime world in relation to globalization. Following the screening is a conversation with the artists, architects from LOT-EK and Moore Collegiate Professor of History, Victoria de Grazia.

Sponsored by the Blinken European Institute, School of the Arts, and the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.

Date: Oct 15, 2012

Conceptual photographer and writer Allan Sekula presents The Forgotten Space (2010), a film essay co-directed by Noël Burch. The award-winning film based on Sekula’s critical work, Fish Story, continues to understand the contemporary maritime world in relation to globalization. Following the screening is a conversation with the artists, architects from LOT-EK and Moore Collegiate Professor of History, Victoria de Grazia.

Sponsored by the Blinken European Institute, School of the Arts, and the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.

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