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  • Título Original: Did Someone Say Participate?: An Atlas of Spatial Practice
  • Autor del libro: Markus Miessen
  • ISBN: 978-0262134712
  • Idioma: ES
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  • Realese fecha:2006-02-04
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Did someone say we need yet another anthology of essays? According to theeditors of Did Someone Say Participate?, the answer is an emphatic-orhysterical-"YES!" In fact, they'd go further and argue that the shifts that havetaken place in the practice and pedagogy of architecture have been mirrored in otherfields, and that this has happened to such an extent that an emergi Did someone say we need yet another anthology of essays? According to theeditors of Did Someone Say Participate?, the answer is an emphatic-orhysterical-"YES!" In fact, they'd go further and argue that the shifts that havetaken place in the practice and pedagogy of architecture have been mirrored in otherfields, and that this has happened to such an extent that an emerging generation ofartists, activists, economists, curators, policy makers, photographers, editors(and, of course, architects) is reshaping how we look at contemporary social andpolitical reality. Despite their apparent disciplinary differences, theseprofessionals are all spatial practitioners. What was once seen as the defensivepreserve of architects-mapping, making, or manipulating spaces-has become a new"culture of space" situated in the global market and media arena. Did Someone SayParticipate? showcases a range of forward-thinking practitioners and theorists whoactively trespass into neighboring or alien fields of knowledge in activities thatrange from collaborative forms of interdisciplinary practice to identifyingpractices of ethical terror. For the first time, architecture is here presented asthe architecture of knowledge. Participation-social, political or personal-is onceagain at the forefront of research. Together, the contributions form an atlas ofspatial practices resembling the early medieval maps that attempt to show the entireknown world. Did Someone Say Participate? will be essential reading not only forthose involved in the future of architectural research and practice, but for anyoneinterested in navigating through current forms of cultural inquiry anddebate.Contributors: Ab?ke, Shumon Basar, Johanna Billing, Celine Condorelli& Beatrice Gibson, Keller Easterling, Francesca Ferguson, Justin Frewen, StephenGraham, Joseph Grima, Mauricio Guillen, Michael Hirsch, Bernd Kniess & MeyerVoggenreiter, Armin Linke, Brendan McGetrick, John McSweeney, Markus Miessen, Matthew Murphy, Lucy Musgrave & Clare Cumberlidge, Hans Ulrich Obrist, BasPrincen, Wendy Pullan, Frank van der Salm, Luke Skrebowski, R&Sie(n) with PierreHuyghe, Peter Weibel, Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss and Eyal Weizman.Not for sale in the UKand Europe.