Brutalism /ˈbruːt(ə)lɪz(ə)m/ architecture movement that flourished in the 1950’s; – raw, -concrete
from, [Fr.]: brutalist, -brut, -beton
SHORT FILM: RENZE ROYE AND DYLAN BOERSTRA
PRODUCTION: EYEFORCE CAPE TOWN
STARRING: YANN HORROWITZ
Brutalism is an abstract and conceptual execution of how skateboarders see and make use of urban spaces. With this film we aim to showcase a skater’s notion with regards to the concrete environment we find ourselves in every day. It speaks about a skater’s reinterpretation of space – and the advancement of how these spaces are used in ways that the architects themselves could never have imagined.
A skater offers a revolutionary perspective for the architect, one that allows you to see buildings beyond what they were intended to be.