Spatialities: The Geographies of Art and Architecture

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Judith Rugg, Craig Martin
Intellect Books, 2012 - Architecture - 220 pages

Spatialities: The Geographies of Art and Architecture draws on a distinguished panel of artists, cultural theorists, architects, and geographers to offer a nuanced conceptual framework for understanding the ever-evolving spatial orderings that materially constitute our world. With chapters covering a wide range of topics, including the interstitial, the liminal and the relational processes of networks, accumulations, and assemblage as possibilities for spatial reflection, this volume shows space to be less a defining category and more an abstract terrain whose boundaries may be continually probed and contested.

 

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Contents

TIME LANDSCAPE AND ERODED SPACE
9
RELATIONAL CONFIGURATIONS
53
PROJECTED UTOPIAS
113
DISRUPTED CONCEPTS OF HOME
179
Notes on Contributors
217
BackCover
221
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About the author (2012)

Judith Rugg is a reader in critical and cultural theory at the University for the Creative Arts at Canterbury and the author of Exploring Site-Specific Art: Issues of Space and Internationalism. Craig Martin is a senior lecturer in cultural studies at the University for the Creative Arts at Farnham.

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