With the birth of film came the birth of a revolutionary visual
language. This new, unique vocabulary--the cut, the fade, the
dissolve, the pan, and a new idea of movement gave not only artists
but also architects a completely new way to think about and
describe the visual. "The Architecture of the Screen" examines the
interrelations between the visual language of film and the onscreen
perception of space and architectural design, revealing how film's
visual vocabulary influenced architecture in the twentieth century
and continues to influence it today. Graham Cairns draws on film
reviews, architectural plans, and theoretical texts to illustrate
the unusual and fascinating relationship between the worlds of
filmmaking and architecture.
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