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MISO 06.26.2014

                                              mcad exhibit

The exhibition, entitled The Surface of the World: Architecture and the Moving Image, brings together the fields of architecture and film and its ever-widening influence in society. This is the first time that these two practices are to be studied under one roof, and it is a great opportunity for students and the general public to see a range of technology in both fields.

June 19  Hanoi Public Market / Agoraphobia
June 26 Time Regained / Old Villages, Trees and Bridges
July 1 and 3 Schindler’s Houses
July 8 and 10 Manila By Night
July 15 and 17 En Construccion
July 22 and 24 The Passenger
July 29 and 31 Zabriskie Point
August 5 and 7  LA and Capital
August 12 Sans Titre
August 14 Beijing
August 19 and 21 Sevilla Tuvo Que Ser
August 26 and 28 Beijing
September 2 and 4 Schindler’s Houses
September 9 and 11 En Construccion
September 16 and 18 Manila by Night
September 23 and 25 Sevilla Tuvo Que Ser / La Ciudad es el Recuerdo

Accompanying the exhibition is a film programme to be held every Tuesday and Thursday starting June 17, from 12noon-2pm at the MCAD Multimedia Room. The film programme showcases features, short films, documentaries by the filmmakers Heinz Embigholz, Jose Luis Guerin, Ishmael Bernal, Michelangelo Antonioni, Begum Yamanlar, Chris Luth, Michael DiGregorio, Neil Beloufa, Juan Sebastian Bollain, and Sarah Morris. Their works create portraits and visions for a city, the changes it has undergone as a result of such visions or the lack therof among others. The film programme was made possible by Alliance Francaise de Manille, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo, Embassy of France in Manila, Embassy of Italy in Manila, Embassy of Spain in Manila, Goethe Institute, MCA Chicado, Parallax, Regal Entertainment, Society of Filipino Archivists for Film, and White Cube. 

For more information, please contact or call (632) 230 5100 loc. 3897

Exhibition run: 06 June to 27 September 2014 
MCAD, G/F De La Salle College of Saint Benilde, School of Design and Arts Campus,
950 P. Ocampo St., Malate Manila, Philippines 

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