Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Architects on OOO

In the new issue of Tarp:

"Younger scholars and practitioners are raising their voices against the now twenty-year-old paradigm of an architecture based on the management of relationships of meaning, program, use, and flow… Widespread attention has returned to the inexhaustible meaning of architectural objects that always exceed the intentions, techniques, and even aesthetics that generated them. This turn is now finding common ground in the object-oriented ontology… emerging in continental philosophy and led by writers including Graham Harman and Timothy Morton."

Erik Ghenoiu

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