Laboratoire des arts, Carpenter Center for Visual Arts20 May 2015
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19h - 21h
His only design on North American soil, the Carpenter Centre for Visual Arts (1963) is a synthesis of the main architectural fundamentals developed by Le Corbusier. This area for creation – an extension of Harvard University in Cambridge, dedicated to the visual arts – liberates artistic practices from categorisations. Documented in Le Corbusier designs for Harvard (a short film by Bruce Seth Green, 1966), this building finds its experimental vocation again through Robert Fulton's Reality’s Invisible (1972).