Professor Alexander Brodsky held an open lecture at Epoka University on Tuesday, November 1, 2016. His lecture titled “Between Art and Architecture” was in fact a description of his life creations. Professor Brodsky showed some earlier works including the famous “Paper Architecture Avant-garde” of the 80s while he was participating in the International Competitions in Japan. His “Paper Architecture”could be considered more of a resistance movement against totalitarismin politics and dogmatism in Art and Architecture at any period, therefore provoking strong notes of dissidence. The later Brodsky work was based on his Installations for the Biennale of Venice 2006-2016, his New York, Vienna Pavilion and exhibitions in Moscow and Louvre. Brodsky message was that there is no cut edge distinction between Art and Architecture that there could be always place for creativity, in ever-changing Cities.
The Museum of Disappearing Buildings’ features a pendulum wrecking ball looming in the upper third of its composition, threatening to destroy any unoccupied dwelling shelved on this enormous archive.