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The auteur theory describes film as a reflection of a director’s artistic vision. These films are stylized to be distinctly recognizable as a specific director’s work.



The Auteur House is a museum that celebrates these directors or Auteurs. Featuring one director at a time, the museum exhibits the work of the director as an enveloping sensory experience connecting the viewer, the work, and the space.

As an example - Stanley Kubrick was used as the feature auteur at the museum. He is quite a character and quite a director.

Stanley Kubrick has a very progressive and obsessive mindset. His movies are very much about the dark and eerie. There is a hint of paranoia and uncertainty though out. The exhibit reflects his mentality in a spatial capacity. Playing the contradicting nature of his films, the exhibit is beautiful and delicate, yet dark and twisted, light and airy, yet full and dense - bringing to life the madness behind the beauty that is Stanley Kubrick.

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