Karsten Harries provides a new and long-overdue reading of Martin Heidegger's well-known essay qBuilding Dwelling Thinking.q Donald Kunze and Stephen Parcell consider possibilities of meaningful architectural space for a visual culture, continuing themes they addressed in Chora 1. Further reflections on the spaces of literature, cinema, and architecture include an interview with French writer and film maker Alain Robbe-Grillet and articles by Dagmar Motycka Weston on the surrealist city, Tracey Eve Winton on the museum as a paradigmatic modern building, and Terrance Galvin on spiritual space in the works of Jean Cocteau. Jean-Pierre Chupin and Bram Ratner explore historical themes in their essays on French Renaissance architect Philibert de l'Orme and the Jewish myth of the Golem. Gregory Caicco addresses ethical questions in his essay on the Greek agora and the death of Socrates, as does Lily Chi in her meditation on the critical issue of use in architectural works. A concern with architectural representation and generative strategies for the making of architecture is present throughout, especially in the essay by Joanna Merwood on the provocative House by British artist Rachel Whiteread.The dioramaa#39;s mode of presence does not quite belong to the fullbodied world, but neither is it grounded in the world of ... if a dioramaa#39;s animals suddenly began to move like automata or live creatures, the observera#39;s participation would beanbsp;...
|Author||:||Alberto Pérez-Gómez, Stephen Parcell|
|Publisher||:||McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP - 1996-09-19|