Rem Koolhaas

The Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design presents the West Coast Premiere of “I Fell to Her” 1995, 29 mins., dir. R. Malcolm Hunybee. A stewardess navigates through an uncertain world. Bombs explode at random. An industrialist dons […]

An exhibit of eight much-anticipated public projects in Los Angeles, “What’s Shakin': New Architecture in LA,” has just finished its run at the Geffen Contemporary and the Pacific Design Center. Though well advertised and attended, with a media campaign including […]

“Beautiful as the chance encounter of a sewing-machine and an umbrella on the dissecting-table” -Lautreamont The Rem Koolhaas show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York pointed to one of the key problematics of the post-Modern city, which […]

Some notes on the “Anyone” Conference The problematic nature of the subject, long since rejected as a starting point for critical thinking by Structuralists, Post-Structuralists, Marxists and Feminists alike, is today a ubiquitous theme in theoretical discourse. The prevalence of […]