// NATHALIE BREDELLA / Architekturen des Zuschauens. Imaginäre und reale Räume im Film.    







           
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Architekturen des Zuschauens. Imaginäre und reale Räume im Film. (Bielefeld: transcript). 2009.

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Editions

Infrastrukturen des Urbanen. Soundscapes, Landscapes, Netscapes.
with Chris Dähne (Hg.). Bielefeld: transcript. 2013.

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Essays

“Modelle des Entwerfens. Zur Bedeutung digitaler Werkzeuge im Entwurfsprozess von Frank O. Gehry,” in Wissenschaft Entwerfen, (ed.) Sabine Ammon, Eva Maria Froschauer, München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag. 2013.

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“Bewegte Räume in Film und Architektur. Duelle in Once Upon a time in the West (Sergio Leone) und Yojimbo (Akira Kurosawa) und John Lautners Elrod House,” in Choreographieren reflektieren, ed. Friederike Lampert (Berlin [u.a.]: Lit Verlag). 2010.

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“Digitizing freeways: researching urban resources,” with K. Lahusen in Architectural research and the digital world, ARCC Journal, ed. J. Brooke Harrington, Kate Wingert-Playdon, Jeremy Voorhees. Vol 5, 2. (Temple University), 38-46. (award of honorable mention for best paper of the conference). 2009.

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“DeFORMation: Technology’s gamble with domesticity,” in Places and Themes of Interiors. Contemporary Research Worldwide, ed. Luca Basso Peressut, Imma Forino, Gennaro Postiglione, Francesco Scullica
(Milan: Franco Angeli), 213-221. 2008.

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“Digitizing freeways: researching urban resources,” with K. Lahusen in: Changes of Paradigms in the basic understanding of architectural Research, ed. Anne Katrine Gelting, Ebbe Harder, (Copenhagen: Vilhelm Jensen & Partners), 204-212. 2008.

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“Die Inszenierung des Blicks im Backstage-Film: Directing the Spectators View,” in Realität des Imaginären: Architektur und das digitale Bild, ed. Jörg Gleiter, Nobert Korrek, Gerd Zimmermann, (Weimar: Schriften der Bauhaus Universität Weimar), 329-332. 2008.

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“Clean.Ing. Von der Arbeit der Raumreinigung und architektonischen Versuchen diese zu automatisieren,” with B. Vismann in Arbeit Zeit Raum, ed. Gabu Heindl, (Wien: Turia+Kant), 184-197. 2008.



  The project investigates the relationship between two ontologically different spaces: the space of the cinema, in which the spectators are present physically and the space on the screen, which the spectators cannot enter with their bodies but only imaginatively. Backstage-Films which deal with the entertainment industry on Times Square in New York in the first decades of the 20th century are instructive for this relationship between two ontological different spaces: They present shows on stage and events behind the stage and explore their interdependence. The book examines how Backstage-Films create meanings by relating the two ontologically different spaces and directs the attention to filmic and architectural means which are used for constructing them. Events behind the stage can either confirm events on the stage or can reveal them as illusions. Between the two extremes there is a variety of differences that enable Backstage-Films to comment on the stage / backstage interdependence. In addition the book explores the activities of the spectators in the cinema who supplement what is not presented on the images of the screen.