PRECISIONS 2016

Wilderness Urbanisms 3: The Dissociative City

Instructors: Cynthia Dorta-Quiñones and David Turturo

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“[Benjamin focused on montage structures] as viewing instruments… they could reveal hidden secrets and provide glimpses of the estranged within the city of representation, ‘the tiny spark of contingency, of the here and now, with which reality has (so to speak) seared the subject.” Detlef Mertins

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“In the person of the flâneur, whose idleness carries her through an imaginary city of arcades, the poet is confronted by the dandy (who weaves his way through the crowd without taking notice of the jolts to which he is exposed). Yet also in the flâneur a long-extinct creature opens a dreamy eye, casts a look that goes to the heart of the poet. It is the “son of the wilderness” – the woman who, once upon a time, was betrothed, by a generous nature, to leisure. Dandyism is the last glimmer of the heroic in times of decadence.” (Walter Benjamin, The Arcades Project)

 


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