Arakawa and Madeline Gins : architecture : sites of reversible destiny : architectural experiments after Auschwitz-Hiroshima

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Arakawa and Madeline Gins : architecture : sites of reversible destiny : architectural experiments after Auschwitz-Hiroshima

(Art and design monograph)

Academy Editions, 1994

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The New York based artists Arakawa and Madeline Gins have been collaborating on projects for over 30 years. This book is a predominantly visual exploration into architecture, carrying philosophical argument into the realm of construction. It asks: what is the nature of perception in images of architectural constructions and how does the human being relate to the surrounding space? This volume presents a systematic study of the role the body and bodily movements play in the forming of the world. Through a series of computer-generated images, the reader is taken on a visual journey. Arguing that architecture is central to human life, the book suggests a revolutionary reinventing of the planet and, by extension, the universe.

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