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Jeffrey Kipnis & Eric Owen Moss: Look, you got it all wrong! (October 20, 2014) Part 201:56:14

Jeffrey Kipnis begins the second session of the seminar with Eric Owen Moss with images of the significance of construction details. Kipnis then introduces this session's topic, as finding a personal ethos in relation to one's own architectural practice. Eric Owen Moss presents the horse from Victor Sjöström's 1928 movie The Wind as an image of abstract forces embodied in a concrete form. He argues the value of getting away from what's known in favor of exploring possibilities. Kipnis and Moss discuss the role of tradition, and personal and public motives in architecture, and pursuing practice critically.

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