"A film, artwork or text is not necessarily architecture but it can, at the very least, be architectural in specific ways, whether spatial, material or temporal, especially if it is considered as a series of strategies, elements and techniques rather than an indivisible whole. This suggest that anyone wanting to produce architecture should, first, discard the preconceived boundaries of the discipline and, second, be prepared to learn from architecture wherever it is found, whoever it is produced by."
- Hill, Jonathan. “An other architect”, Occupying architecture : between the architect and the user. New York : Routledge, 1998. (139). (via danielkbrown)