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Deleuze and Architecture.

Deleuze and Architecture.


Frichot, Helene.

Pap. Edinburgh, 2013

Book ID: 93737

This collection critically engages with Deleuzian challenges to the discipline of architecture, examining its contribution to philosophy and the complex politics of space in our increasingly networked world. Fifteen essays by interdisciplinary scholars, including John Rajchman (Columbia University), Elizabeth Grosz (Rutgers University), and Brian Massumi (European Graduate School) trace, among other concerns, Deleuze's influence on the emerging biotechnological paradigm and new practices of participatory design. They engage with contemporary approaches to the theory and practice of architecture and outline radical agendas for the future practice of Deleuzian thought.

232 pp.