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Fuck Yeah Theatres

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Cinema | Franck Bohbot

Beautifully Designed Movie Theaters in Golden California

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1950s Baldwin Theatre | Architect: Lewis Wilson | Baldwin Hills, Los Angeles | Photo: Julius Shulman

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Hubbard/Birchler

"The movie, its history, media characteristics and experimental possibilities form the core of Teresa Hubbard’s and Alexander Birchler’s artistic work. It is mainly the illusionistic moment, the ambivalent relationship of reality and fiction, which inspired several of their works. With Filmstills, they turn to the actual place at which reality and fiction merge – the reality of the place and its visitors and the fiction of the movie. The digital processing of the photographs as well as their sizes make the viewers perceive the cinemas as film-stills or clips from a movie… The artists’ subject is not the movie-theater as an architecture, but rather the auratic impact of the movie which transforms a place.”

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BATCAVE home theater

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Freiderick Kiesler - Film Guild Cinema
"The film is a play on surface, the theatre is a play in space, and this difference has not been realized concretely in any architecture, either that of the theater or the cinema. The ideal cinema is the house of silence…The spectator must be able to lose himself in an imaginary, endless space."
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Freiderick Kiesler - Film Guild Cinema

"The film is a play on surface, the theatre is a play in space, and this difference has not been realized concretely in any architecture, either that of the theater or the cinema. The ideal cinema is the house of silence…The spectator must be able to lose himself in an imaginary, endless space."

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Three views of the Art Moderne Academy Theater, Inglewood, 1939, and a Google Street View of the building today.

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Vagen Highschool

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