London Consortium, 2001 - Art - 224 pages
Arcade brings together many different aspects of culture and representation. It is a collection of essays and discussions that have come together in the way that disparate things and people do in an arcade.
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3-D space aesthetic Age of Chance Ambonese anti-foundationalism Arcades Project architect architecture artists Ashdod Bass Saxophone become Blues body Borges bourgeois building cake Centre century collage collection contemporary culture Curiosity Cabinet dead death drawing drowning Durer's Elderfield exhibition experience fantasy female urinals FEMME?pissoire Fragonard's Freud function Gallery gambler gambling grottoes Herzog Humane Society hypothermia idea Jazz music Josef Skvorecky Kira Kurt Schwitters Lacan lavatory lbid London Consortium lsrael lt's lute Merzbau Meuron models modern museum objects occhio original painting perspective Philistine picture plane piece political possible potty parity Press programme protest reality relationship resuscitative protocol Richard Rorty Rumphius screen sculpture Shonibare signs Slavoj Zizek social spatial spectacle standing operator's subject position suburban SVll swinging symbolic Tate temperature things toilet trans University urine urinettes visual Walter Benjamin White Cubes window women woodcut writing