published: April 10, 2018, recorded: February 2018, views: 538
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The film Coastland presents a fictional narrative rooted into architectural research. The story of the Western Black Sea coast begins in a distant future and goes back to its roots, only to reveal cyclical destruction and rebirth. Since in my perception, architecture is ideology materialised, the idea behind Coastland would influence the future of architecture by bringing more awareness to both the user and the architectural designer. Using the power of storytelling to illustrate the destiny of a very specific architecture, the film reveals the political and social mechanisms that ultimately fuel the spatial production. By analysing architecture and sensing the unseen forces behind it, one can employ a better understanding of the human - designed-space relationship. Created solely out of authentic postcards, Coastland seeks to inspire and stimulate reflection upon our architectural and urban reality and question the future premises of spatial production.
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