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Formatting and Loss of Space – Considerations (including Annex Typing & Loss)

Mai 25th, 2009 | By | Category: Spatial concepts

Considerations about spatial concepts today have to take into account the actual ongoing loss of space. And of how such a process is able to generate a multitude of new spaces, at the same time. What both kind of processes, juxtaposed as they are, have in common, and what their relation to still another kind of processes is, namely such of formatting, of willingly creating and simulataneously, unwillingly generating a multitude of formats existing in parallel to each other which impact our everyday lifes, and which rest upon basic assumptions about ‘space’ and ‘reality’ in general. Related to these processes is a loss of space, in actual terms.



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