Andrew Norman's The Companion Guide to Rome: Influence of Architecture and Visual Art on Composition

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Andrew Norman's The Companion Guide to Rome: Influence of Architecture and Visual Art on Composition
Colloque International : De Xenakis à nos jours : Le Continuum et son développement en musique et en architecture

Description

In the same way that the Cosmatesque floors in San Benedetto in Piscinula affect
the way one interacts with the space consciously or subconsciously, Norman’s use of
palindromic musical gesture give a structure through which to process movement through
time. Both challenge the observer through zooming in on the specific design/pattern of
the materials to trust in the actual and symbolic experience of marching through time. It
is only through “outside time made possible by memory” that one perceives patterns, and
hopes to move forward. This is the spirituality reflection: forcing one to focus on time
itself, the symmetries of experience, and what is to come.

Source

Un fichier numérique uniquement

Date

2016-06-13

Publisher

Centre Iannis Xenakis
European University of Cyprus
University of Cyprus
Université de Rouen
École nationale supérieure d'architecture de Normandie (Darnétal, Seine-Maritime)

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Fichier vidéo numérique, .mp4

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Type

moving image

Duration

39 minutes 19 seconds

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Citation

Lanzilotti, Anne. Conférencière and University of Cyprus, “Andrew Norman's The Companion Guide to Rome: Influence of Architecture and Visual Art on Composition,” Centre Iannis Xenakis, accessed April 26, 2019, http://centre-iannis-xenakis.org/items/show/4097.

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