Modernism+Film Presents | Brasilia: Life After Design

Location
Virtual Event
Date
Thursday, January 20 at 7:30 PM

Note: This film is free of charge. The presentation will be hosted on Zoom followed by the film screening through Vimeo. Registration required by Wednesday, January 19.

Brasilia: Life After Design

The Bechtler presents the 2017 documentary Brasilia: Life After Design. History, urbanism, and architecture blend together through the human-interest stories of citizens of Brazil’s capital city, Brasilia. The city’s architecture and urban plan represent the spirit and political climate of midcentury Brazil right as Lina Bo Bardi arrived on the scene. This contemporary look into life in what was meant to be an ideal city presents an exciting comparison to Isaac Julien: Lina Bo Bardi - A Marvellous Entanglement, on view in the museum’s galleries. 

Presentation

UNC-Charlotte faculty members Jose Gamez and Oscar de la Torre will offer brief remarks before the film to provide additional context on the past and present of architecture and urbanism in Brazil.

Event Details, Time, & Tickets

Tickets to the film are free but must be reserved in advance. The presentaiton will be hosted on Zoom followed by the film screening through Vimeo. Registration required by Wednesday, January 19. The viewing link will be sent at noon on Thursday, January 20. 


Modernism + Film series is developed in partnership with the Charlotte chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the UNC Charlotte College of Arts + Architecture.