Wednesday, June 30, 2010
In Toronto there's a gallery exhibition called “Empire of Dreams: Phenomenology of the Built Environment". Eye Weekly reports:
“Phenomenology” gives the closest thing to a clue: theory-besotted architectural departments use it, following Heidegger, to refer, nebulously, to the study of how buildings are perceived.
The show’s pieces don’t make anything clearer.
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