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FRAME[scapes] focuses on the contemporary city as a full screen. The possibility of the city being constituted as an image based on the omnipotence of integrated circuits (Kittler, 1987) crosses specific concepts of space, time, architecture and cinema. As stated by Eisenstein, architecture is the distant relative of kinema, and the dialectic between public space vs private space is increasingly diluted, transforming itself into an imagery and videographic research for an understanding of bodies and things in the landscape. Understanding the Real is assumed as a psycho-video and geo-psychic practice based on technological extensions capable of recording, in loop, all movements, all places.

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