Author:
Domus
Published:
January 11, 2017
Categories:
Innovation Visual arts

Le Cor(nudie)r is a collage competition launched by Archistophanes collective, to make the provocative images using the renowned portrait of Le Corbusier painting nude – or, as others say, vandalizing the walls – at Eileen Gray’s villa in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, southern France. The result is a full rage of well thought and hilarious compositions that challenge your sense of humour – and yes, architecture is a very serious thing, but even the master knew how to take it easily. The work of Archistophanes focuses on making architecture in digital, interactive, and social media, where ownership is communal and subject matter changes as quickly as users can click the ‘share’ button, while the name Reality Cues is a combination of “reality check” and “visual cues”, a public experiment in communication and design through open competitions and invited submissions.

Le Cor(nudie)r competition
Concept: Archistophanes
Year: 2016
Credits: all images via realitycues.com
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