Open Spaces in Time: Kairos as Design for Rebuilding Memory Sites

Dez 21st, 2018 | By | Category: Ideal Spaces, Spatial concepts, Topics

Authors

Karen Elizabeth Bishop
School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, E-Mail: kebishop@rutgers.edu

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Abstract English

Amphibia, the 2012 proposal by AGC Concepts Architects to repurpose the site of the former Tejas Verdes prison camp in Chile, is a hybrid and fluid memorial space that allows for a kairotic ecoethics in the country’s postdictatorial landscape.

Keywords

Memory site, torture, Pinochet dictatorship, kairos, eco-ethics

Citation

Karen Elizabeth Bishop “Open Spaces in Time: Kairos as Design for Rebuilding Memory Sites” , Journal of New Frontiers in Spatial Concepts, ISSN 1868-6648, vol. 10 (2018), 58 – 62, Article ID http://ejournal.uvka.de/spatialconcepts/archives/2187, Pages: 5

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