Mark Mack Lecture (part 1 of 2)
Mark Mack Lecture (part 1 of 2)
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Mark Mack Lecture (part 1 of 2)

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Collection: Giuseppe Zambonini papers ➔ Series: Open Atelier of Design Lecture Series (KA013001_OA.01)

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Part 1: Mark Mack presents his neo-primitivism theory (counter movement to post-modernism). Post-modernism: ridicules its predecessor; indulgent; nihilistic; architecture in drag. Neo-Primitivism: an act of purification, overcoming architectural decadence. He discusses, at length, New Doricism. Mack presents his work: series of drawings reflecting his desire to work more quickly; addition to his suburban house and other California residences. Construction techniques in Europe versus the US. Expresses his affinity for Loos.
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Archetype Press (subject)
Anthony Vidler (subject)
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Adolf Loos (subject)
Karl Kraus (subject)
Frank Lloyd Wright (subject)
Ludwig Wittgenstein (subject)
Frank O. Gehry (subject)
Mark Mack (speaker)
Ron Davis (subject)
Donald Judd (subject)
Richard Serra (subject)
Louis Kahn (subject)
Luis Barragán (subject)
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; Digitization of audiotapes funded by a grant obtained by Robert Kirkbride from Parsons' School of Constructed Environment.

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