Spring 2018, LOOK AT ME NOW! workshop at Kent State University Florence CAED. (Photo: Anna Positano).
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LOOK AT ME NOW! photography and video workshops to start next week.

The week after midterm reviews (March 19 – 22, 2018), students enrolled in the Architecture and in the Interior Design programs at Kent State University in Florence will attend the fourth edition of the LOOK AT ME NOW! workshops.

Instructors are two architects, photographers and video makers who are especially talented in portraying contemporary architecture in photography and in video and who have extensive experience running workshops.

Anna Positano.

The Photography workshop will be run by Anna Positano (http://theredbird.org), a photographer and an artist, with a background in architecture. Anna graduated in Architecture at the University of Genoa, then obtained her MA in Photography at the London College of Communication. Her work encompasses the reciprocal influence between landscape and society and explores everyday places.
Her projects have been exhibited internationally, in art galleries and public institutions, such as La Triennale in Milan, the Venice Architecture Biennale, Cornell University, and Villa Croce Museum of Contemporary Art in Genoa.
She works on commission for architects and public institutions. Her work is regularly published in international architectural magazines.

The Video workshop will be run by Davide Rapp (https://vimeo.com/daviderapp/videos), videoartist, architect and cinephile. He participated in the 14th International Architecture Exhibition – Fundamentals (Biennale Venezia, 2014) with ‘Elements’, a movie montage of short architecture-related clips, conceived specifically for the introduction room of the exhibition ‘Elements of Architecture’, curated by Rem Koolhaas, the Office for Metropolitan Architecture and the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
He has been published in national and international architecture magazines such as Abitare, Icon Design, and The Architectural Review.
He is co-author (with Alberto Iacovoni, Rome) of the graphic novel / architecture essay Playscape (Edizioni Libria, 2009), exploring the public space as an exciting and promising testing ground of possibilities.