How can Andre Malraux’s conception of "Le Musée Imaginaire" be extended to our current museological conditions of display and dissemination? A lecture that adds a virtual dimension to this a-typological subject.
The SCI-Arc Media Archive is a continuously-expanding online showcase with over 1000 hours of video, featuring the world’s most significant architects, designers, and theorists—including 11 Pritzker Prize winners—from 1972 to now, offered to the public unedited, for students, scholars and anybody with an interest in architecture, Los Angeles and experimental design.
From the beginning, SCI-Arc has actively engaged the community with public programs, including a lecture series, which started in 1974 and still happens Wednesday nights. Most of these videos document public events held at SCI-Arc. Support for the Media Archive was provided by The Getty Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.