The Encounterculture

A manifestation of architectural participation

The Encounterculture is a video installation made by SIBLING with Nicole Rose that portrays several vignettes about participation, or rules of engagement with society. These vignettes, provoked by architectural and artistic case studies, reveal seven strategies for the architect to employ – of authority, participation, institutionalisation, overparticipation, critique, and the right to participate

Art Exhibition previously on at SIBLING in Victoria, Australia.
From Monday 01 October 2012 to Wednesday 31 October 2012

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Published by anonymous on Friday 20 March 2015.
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Director: Nicole Rose; choreographer: Matthew Day; cinematographer: Josh Mckie; composer: Cornel Wilczek; title sequences: Nik Dimopoulos; narrator: Kinga Kielczynska; camera assistants: Romilly Spiers, Thom Neal; stills photographer:Johann Rashid; Colour: Daniel Stonehouse at Crayon; production: Rose Coloured World.