"Homo Urbanus. A city-matographic odyssey" by Ila Bêka & Louise Lemoine, LOOP festival

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Movies set
Homo Urbanus Bogotanus - Bogotá, 43 min
Homo Urbanus Petroburgumus - Saint-Petersburg, 41 min
Homo Urbanus Rabatius - Rabat, 50 min
Homo Urbanus Seoulianus - Seoul, 44 min
Homo Urbanus Neapolitanus - Naples, 50 min
Homo Urbanus Tokyoitus - Tokyo, 55 min
Homo Urbanus Kyotoitus - Kyoto, 84 min
Homo Urbanus Dohanus - Doha, 62 min
Homo Urbanus Shanghaianus - Shanghai, 72 min
Homo Urbanus Venetianus, Venice, 62 min
Thursday 11 de noviembre, 20h
'Homo Urbanus Rabatius', screening, 50
Tuesday 16 de noviembre, 20h
'Homo Urbanus Tokyoitus', screening, 55'
Thursday 18 de noviembre, 20h
'Homo Urbanus Seoulianus', screening, 44'
Friday 19 de noviembre, 18.30h
'Homo Urbanus Venetianus', screening, 62' and conversation with Bêka & Lemoine
Tuesday 23 de noviembre, 20h
'Homo Urbanus Petroburgumus', screening, 41'
Thursday 25 de noviembre, 20h
'Homo Urbanus Neapolitanus, screening, 50'
Tuesday 30 de noviembre, 20h
'Homo Urbanus Bogotanus', screening, 43'
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Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine Bêka and Lemoine

Ila Bêka y Louise Lemoine. Artists, filmmakers, producers and publishers, Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine have been working together for the past 10 years mainly focusing their research on experimenting new narrative and cinematographic forms in relation to contemporary architecture. Since 2007 they have been developing a film series entitled “Living Architectures”. “Koolhaas Houselife”, renowned as the “architecture cult movie” (El Pais), is probably the most famous film of their series, featuring Guadalupe - the irresistible housekeeper of the Bordeaux House built by Rem Koolhaas.

Selected as one of the 100 most talented personalities of 2017 by Icon Design, presented by the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York) as one of the “most exciting and critical design project of the year 2016”, the complete work of Bêka & Lemoine has been acquired in 2016 by the Museum of Modern Art in New-York (MoMA) for their permanent collection. Their films have been widely shown in some of the most prestigious international cultural institutions and events such as the Venice Architecture Biennale, Centre Pompidou (Paris), Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Barbican Centre (London), CCA (Montreal) and Fondazione Prada (Milan, Italy).



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