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Thoughts about Space and Culture (3)

Space
Social spatialization is, following the same Tardean logic, a specific form of repetition, namely that of ‘imitation’. It is through imitation that spatiality becomes possible as existent. Imitation is easily observed in terms of materiality, which, for example through acts of building, planning and even architectural conceptualization, become necessary preconditions for a space to exist [...]

Thoughts about Space and Culture (1)

Berlin Hauptbahnhof as Work in Progress:
Source: http://www.designladen.com/berlin/source/berlin.baustelle.pict3824.html
Introduction
I have been involved in the project called Space and Culture since the mid-1990s. The project had a concept: building up a community of researchers who would be (1) interested in sharing their ideas about how to rethink space through culture and culture through space; (2) daring enough to [...]