Leonardo's Deluge Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), the Italian artist and scientist, was fascinated by the movement of water. Late in his life, he composed eleven small drawings of a deluge, drawings that probably reflect theories developed over a lifetime of observation. This video uses state-of-the-art computer animation techniquesand scenes of natural landscapes around the Arno River to underscore the symbolic significance of these drawings. Selections from Leonardo's notebooks comprise the narration, which is spoken by Anjelica Huston. A Mosque in Time Originally built by abd al-Rahman I in the eighth century, the Great Mosque of Cordoba was consecrated as a Christian church in 1236. The video uses a complex layering of images and split screensto deconstruct the architectural space and the forms of islamic and Christian ornament that intertwine two cultures that are alienated in time but bound together in this extraordinary space. Sainte-Geneviève, The Pantheon of Domes The video explores the complex and controversial Parisian church of Sainte-Genevieve, designed by Jacques Soufflot in the 1750s and known today as the Pantheon. It follows two experts in eighteenth-century architecture. Barry Bergdoll of Columbia University and Jean-Pierre mouillesaux of the Caisse Nationale des Monuments Historiques et des Sites, as they explore the building. Their conversation considers the place of the Pantheon in architectural history.