Mon 12 Dec - Mon 12 Dec' 16
Andreas Ruby charmed his audience with his take on the poetic transformations possible through architecture.
Andreas Ruby charmed his audience with his take on the poetic transformations possible through architecture. He feels transformation of buildings, is no different to the transformations in a person— it is only a matter of observation. He talked about the history of various buildings including the German Parliament and Diocletian’s Palace in Split. He also outlined the transformations they went through and their significance.
Quoting Samuel Becket, ‘To have been always what I am – and so different from what I was,’ Andreas Ruby asked if it was possible to change in a way we do not lose ourselves. Using a few examples in film, innovative buildings and music, he challenged our perceptions of change, and asked to re-evaluate them.
September, 2020, 00:00 - 00:00
Conversation with Michael Manfredi, Marion Weiss and Kazi Khaleed Ashraf—BI Between 04
August, 2020, 20:00 - 22:00
Conversation Between Rahul Mehrotra and Kazi Khaleed Ashraf—BI Between 02
August, 2020, 00:00 - 00:00
Conversation between Khondaker Hasibul Kabir and Kazi Khaleed Ashraf—BI Between 03
The 4th issue of Bengal Institute's newsletter-magazine, originally published in Fall 2019