By Peter Zumthor
Structure that's intended to have a sensuous connection to lifestyles demands pondering that is going a ways past shape and development. In his texts, Peter Zumthor articulates what motivates him to layout his constructions, which attract the visitor's middle and brain in such a lot of alternative ways and own a compelling and unmistakable presence and charisma. Now in its 3rd variation, this ebook has been extended to incorporate new essays: ""Architecture and Lanscape bargains with the connection among the constitution and its atmosphere, with the key of the profitable placement and topographical integration of structure. In ""The Leis Houses,"" Peter Zumthor describes the genesis of 2 wood homes within the city of Leis within the Swiss canton of Graubünden, therefore thematizing the targeted problem of integrating modern structure right into a conventional architectural context. (text from amazon)
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We are making the genesis of the sketch or the being-sketched of the clone or of the photo instead of reconstructing the world with perspective sketches, instead of consuming the reality of the world within radical immanence. No machine with two heads, as with Deleuze a body without organs in the background, but with a head and a half-head. There is no bilateral cut, but a unifacial, unilateral one, operated by a side (face) or immanent clone but which is flat, beneath which another vector announces itsel£ We can speak of indivisibility, nonlocality, or of the entanglement of the photo, and a fortiori of photo-fiction.
Let us suppose man is a rational animal, for example, as a photographing animal and thus capable of photographing himself with the turning of world [au detour du monde]. This entity is photo-centnsm whose famous "arroseur arose "2 provides the paradigm. t mto two individuals. That the subject is the human genre, an indivisible generic subject=X capable of undertaking these two activities, having two properties or predicates, to be a subject and moreover to be a The act of photography is thus a subject=X havmg two or properties that it still conjugates without us knowmg how 2 L'Arroseur arost or The Sprinkler Sprinkled is a well-known silent film it does so.
The idea that concepts direct themselves or behave more like photographs is certainly a dream of the photographer in philosophy, of a thought-photo or of a photo-fiction which is neither purely conceptual or auto-positional (like philosophy in-itself), 76 II L_ 77 f nor purely quantitative as in physics. Thus to what should all this be reduced, to what genre? e. products of two properties). In both cases it is impossible to see the event that is unfolding and to exactly predict the result.