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Far from equilibrium : essays on technology and design culture

Author: Sanford Kwinter; Cynthia C Davidson
Publisher: Barcelona ; New York : Actar-D, [2007]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sanford Kwinter; Cynthia C Davidson
ISBN: 9788496540644 8496540642
OCLC Number: 154751669
Notes: A collection of author's essays, chiefly from ANY magazine -- p. [8].
Description: 191 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : De L'Audace --
The mechanical bride (stripped bare by her bachelors) : Playboys of the western world ; Mach 1 (and other mystic visitations) --
Roman noir : Leap in the void: a new organon ; Fuller themselves --
The new immanence : La Trahison des Clercs (and other travesties of the modern) ; The "Avant-garde" in America (or The fallacy of misplaced concreteness) --
Space without qualities (post-Fordism) : The cruelty of numbers --
Cobble stones beneath the beach : The wiring and waning of the world --
Vortex : Architecture and the technologies of life ; Play time --
Architecture and air : Radical anamnesis (mourning the future) ; Who's afraid of formalism? ; What's eating Charles Gwathmey (and his generation)? --
Infrared, the treason of language and the failure of geometric imagination --
Rational irrationalism : The geometry of cinders ; Formal, informal and the Jewish question --
Animal machine : New Babylons: urbanism for the new millennium ; Wildness (prolegomena to a new urbanism).
Responsibility: Sanford Kwinter ; edited by Cynthia Davidson.
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