Public Space
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public space can today be defined in terms of a hyperspace that considers man a machine of desires useful only for determining the impulses of consumers reduced to numbers, multitudes. Public space is no longer the place witch social and political understandings are negotiated , but rather, reduced to a simulacrum of itself, it merely serves the rhetoric of institutional language or, alternatively, is transformed into an object for merchandising


[un]common place, edited by Bartolomeo Pietromarchi

georgios machairas
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