Jonas Mekas: Walden

Poet and hero of the American counter-culture, Jonas Mekas, born in Lithuania in 1922, invented the diary form of film-making. Walden, his first completed diary film, an epic portrait of the New York avant-garde art scene of the ’60s, is also a groundbreaking work of personal cinema.


The Robotic Art exhibition of Paris in 2014 looked at transformations made possible by the use of technologies developed for the most part since the mid-twentieth century, particularly electronics, computing, bionics, and robotics.

Tea & Coffee Towers

In The tea and Coffee Towers project, 20 architects who used to work mainly in urban scale, were asked to design a Tea and Coffee Set as it was a micro-architecture. This project was presented at Venice Biennale in 2002. In this documentary the Architects describe their experience of answering to eight standard questions about … Continue reading


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