Toni Meneguzzo talks to Domus about changing from the Polaroid camera to digital and video. Six years ago, he began experimenting with photographic motion, thinking of Muybridge, and he has since worked to pursue his path as an artisanal photographer.
Elena Franco surveys those buildings – real cities within cities – that were hospitals in Italy and France; describes how they have evolved in the march of time and underlines their architectonic, artistic and documentary heritage.
In the Stopping Time series, photographer Luigi Ziliani shows what the human eye does not see. Adopting a scientific approach, and excellent technique, he captures the instant, living the illusion of distorting time.
Ankara’s republican architecture, which embodies Atatürk’s effort to modernise Turkey, has recently become a terrain of contestation: in these snapshots, modernist buildings are observed within the everyday urban scene.