August 23, 2011 § 1 Comment
The Lateral Articulation of Meaning
‘relationships can be seen as degrees of articulation, each of which is a corresponding part of a single spectrum or range’.
The work collected in this volume represents an interest in how meaning is carried in the articulation of human situations. We are interested in architecture that operates as a framework for human action; in rooms that orientate inhabitation with respect to cultural and natural horizons; in relationships articulated by urban artefacts or equipment (furniture); and in the iconographic representation of use (permanent statues and ritual objects). One working definition of meaning could be that it sits somewhere between the orchestration of use and performance, and crystallised representation….
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