Rem Koolhaas, Stefano Boeri, Sanford Kwinter, Nadia Tazi, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Arc en rêve centre d'architecture, Harvard Project on the City
ACTAR, 2000 - 720 pages
The author of "S, M, L, XL" teams up with an international group of top architects and theorists to explore the myriad ways in which the city is undergoing a series of profound transformations. Illustrations throughout. Flexi-bound.
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Reinaldo Laddaga What rumor isn't unsettling? The this or that said to us, that
some rumor transmits to us, that appears as if it comes to where we are from who
knows what distance, this vacillating fragment of information that arrives burning
and trembling after what must have been a painful or felicitous journey, getting to
us as if it were taking its last breath, despite the rare impetus it possesses, and it
now attempts to transgress us. When this befalls us (much to our surprise, of
But her struggle against the voice of the absent mass, against that "one", from
whom it would later be said that it is "not that and not this, not oneself and not
some and not the sum of all", attests to the power of rumor in the stirred city. It
would not be the last struggle of this kind. The American rumor clinics became
famous medial strategies for defusing careless gossip in World War II.
Newspaper columns picked up current rumors in order to deconstruct them. They
sought to occupy the ...
Rumors may interact with other rumors or metabolize. Through the rumor mill,
rumors may evolve epic structures and become more stylized, plausible or juicier
in the retelling. It could take on Machiavellian tactics, such as the Trojan Horse
mass email chain warning about a non-existent virus (Good Times), which in
itself is a viroid. Once a rumor taps into a good epic form due to blind variation,
selective retention, a mutation or deliberate change, its spread could turn pyrrhic.
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Mutations: Rem Koolhaas, Harvard Project on the City; Stefano Boeri, Multiplicity; Sanford Kwinter; Nadia Tazi, Hans Ulrich ObristAvis d'utilisateur - Not Available - Book Verdict
This time working with a host of collaborators, architect Koolhaas, whose S, M, L, XL was that rare thing, a crossover architecture best seller, has returned with another bricklike tome. Mutations was ... Consulter l'avis complet
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3O Telegram from Nowhere _ Mckenzie Wark
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