PHOTOGRAPHY AND MODERN ARCHITECTURE IN SPAIN - IÑAKI BERGERA
This book includes the conversation of the Debate around the theme "Photography and Modern Architecture in Spain" with Iñaki Bergera, coordinator of FAME project. This Debate was integrated in the 2015 Cycle of discussions, gatherings and workshops, related to the photography course at Faculty of Architecture of the University of Porto. These cycles were opened to the entire academic community and also to external groups and institutions that have an interest in practice and disciplines of photography and architecture.
Authors and Editors: Pedro Leão Neto (ed.), Iñaki Bergera
About this Collection
Debates collection is the publishing medium for authors who have participated in conferences, debates, projects or works of interest or of significant quality, which promote the critical debate on images of architecture. Architecture is here taken broadly, as a subject and practice capable of integrating the socioeconomic, political, historical and technical domains. This means, among other things, to think about the role of images in the understanding of reality and in the construction of the imaginary, between document and fiction, between reproduction and manipulation, between analogue and digital. The collection, open to different events, will be the main publishing medium for the Debates cycle integrated in the Photography course at FAUP and the international conference “On the surface”.
The universe of interest of scopio editions is, generically, that of Architectue, Art and Image (AAI) and, specifically, that of Documental and Artistic Photography related with Architecture, City and Territory. SCOPIO Editions has a dynamic structure integrating periodical and non-periodical publications, with the aim of divulging the several works and authors who use or research the universe of Architecture, Art and Image, with special focus on Documentary and Artistic photography, related with Architecture, City and territory, in a critical, exploratory and innovative approach.