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PLOT#11 – Do creative spaces need space?

POSTED 12 August 2016
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In PLOT#11 we seek to get to the bottom of the question Do Creative Spaces Need Space? Therefore we present creative spaces accordingly in five chapters FREE SPACE, EMPTY SPACE, MARGIN, INTERSPACE and SPACE of TIME, which distinguish themselves by their special handling of architectural, mathematical, geographical, digital, philosophic, physical or immaterial spaces and they define completely new the freedom of action. Further on Martina Löw, sociologist, delivers insight into the theory of space about the Spatial Turn. We prove with the help of the radical grouping of the International Situanists, that the public space was up for discussion already at the end of the 1950ies. We state thus: The most fascinating staging arises neither singular here nor there, but in those places, where there are borderline situations – when differently spatial pictures overlap, permeate, limits liquefy and situations collide into each other. Thus the familiar context as well as our way of perception shifts – sometimes radically, sometimes rather subtly. We are astonished, and our own spatial thoughts are well and truly turned upside down …

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Issue:

PLOT#11 – Do creative spaces need space?

Featuring:

raumlaborberlin, Berlin (DE) | Zentrum für politische Schönheit, Berlin (DE) | Martina Löw, Berlin (DE) | Niklaus Troxler, Willisau (CH) | Kurt Perschke, New York (US) | X/tnt, Paris (FR) | u.v.m.

Available since:

18.08.2016/lang_en]

Coverage:

164 pages

ISBN:

978-3-89986-215-7

Sponsor of this issue:

ADUNIC AG, Frauenfeld (CH) > www.adunic.com

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