3 edition of Non-place found in the catalog.
Text in English, with some Spanish.
|Statement||edited by Gilane Tawadros.|
|Series||Magnet -- 1|
|Contributions||Tawadros, Gilane., Institute of International Visual Arts., MAGNET (Group)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
This anthology is the seventh publication in the IRGiC series and it springs from a research seminar held at Aalborg University in May “Non-Place in Literature, Media and Culture”. This book . This book presents a critical and aesthetic defence of "non-place" as an act of cultural reclamation. Through the restorative properties of photography, it re-conceptualises the cultural significance of non-place.
TY - BOOK. T1 - Non-Place. T2 - Representing Placelessness in Literature, Media and Culture. A2 - Gebauer, Mirjam. A2 - Nielsen, Helle Thorsøe. A2 - Schlosser, Jan Tödtloff. A2 - Sørensen, Bent. PY - Y1 - N2 - We spend more and more of our everyday lives in what Marc Augé calls non-places – homogenous, but bland places of transit. A non-place is anywhere that people aren’t going to linger—either it’s devoted to getting them from place to place, storing their vehicles, or it’s the filler in the landscape between our places. Examples of non-places are vehicle lanes, parking lots, freeways, as well as medians, retention ponds and all other sorts of landscaped.
This book presents a critical and aesthetic defence of "non-place" as an act of cultural reclamation. Ultimately, it argues that the non-place has the potential to reveal a version of England that raises questions about identity, loss, memory, landscape valorisation, and, perhaps most importantly, how we are to arrive at a more meaningful place. The book explores the distinction between "place", encrusted with historical meaning and creative of social life, and "non-place", to which individuals are connected in a uniform, bureaucratic manner and where no organic social life is possible.
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Marc Augé’s Non-Places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity is fascinating. His book is useful because it offers a theoretical framework for understanding why we think of some places the way we do, in particular there is a description of places that can put us in contact with a social structure, because there is a very close, consubstantial link between space and social /5.
The (TITLE) NON-PLACE is a book based on the theory of non-places which was coined by the French anthropologist, Marc Augé. The idea behind the book was that place and non-place are co-existing—there isn't a space that can be coined just a 'place' or a 'non-place'.
F irst published in and reissued with a new introduction, anthropologist Marc Augé's book is a haunting analysis of modern life and in particular those homogenised "non-places" where we.
An ever-increasing proportion of our lives is spent in supermarkets, airports and hotels, on motorways or in front of TVs, computer and cash machines.
This invasion of the world by what Marc Auge calls non-space results in a profound alteration of awareness- something we perceive, but only in a partial and incoherent manner.
Auge uses the concept of supermodernity to describe the logic of /5(5). Supermodernism is obsolete in the digital era. Fourteen years ago, in his book Non-Places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity, Marc Auge argued that as contemporary life is a relentless procession through spaces of transit, place is giving way to nonplace--an empty, meaningless environment through which we pass alone.
Marc Augé (born September 2, in Poitiers) is a French anthropologist. In an essay and book of the same title, Non-Places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity (), Marc Augé coined the phrase "non-place" Non-place book refer to spaces where concerns of relations, history, and identity are es of a non-place would be a motorway, a hotel room, an airport or a supermarket.
Verso is the imprint of New Left Books ISBN ISBN (Pbk) British Library Cataloguing in PubIicatioD Data A catalogue record for this book is available nom the British Library Library of CODgress CatalogiDg-in-PubIicatioD Data Auge,Marc.
[Non-lieux, English) Non-placesintroduction: to an anthropology of supermodemity I. Buy Non-places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity New edition by Marc Auge (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: This book presents a critical and aesthetic defence of non-place as an act of cultural reclamation.
Through the restorative properties of photography, it re-conceptualises the cultural significance of non-place. The non-place is often referred to as wasteland, and is usually avoided.
“It is indeed very seldom that one finds it difficult to put down a book because of the intellectual excitement it generates. Augé's Non-Places is such a book – a powerful message, modestly delivered, which stands out as a unique and refreshing anthropological voice.” – Current Anthropology.
Marc Augé's term for generic places such as bus depots, train stations, and airports which, however elaborate and grandiose, do not confer a feeling of place.
As Gertrude Stein famously said of Oakland, there is no ‘there’ in a non-place. In direct contrast to places, which we tend to think of as being relational, historical, and concerned with identity, non-places are designed and. Place and non-place are rather like opposed polarities: the first is never completely erased, the second never totally completed But non-places are the real measure of our time.
(79) Augé [Nearby: Places today outline-- Baudrillard Benedikt Cline Allen-- Traditional anthropological "places"]. Contradiction and Ambiguity in Non Place: Non Place as a Transitional Spatial Concept June In book: Beyond the Postmodern: Space and Place for the Early 21st Century (pp).
Exploration of the anthropological notion of “non-places”, with reference to the related essay by Marc Auge Non-Places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity.
I will apply this notion specifically to the theme of travel, engaged within the selected works of art by contemporary visual artists.
“Non-place,” on the other hand, is taken to mean places divested of meaning, homogenous, and largely interchangeable; airports, supermarkets, and pre-fabricated office complexes being examples.
Whilst this distinction has tended to be pervasive and influential in phenomenological accounts of place, critical analysis on the relation between. Place:Non-Place Ratio.
By looking at a satellite image of a city we can get an idea of how much land is dedicated to Places and Non-Place that we can come up with a Place:Non-Place ratio. Here is a neighborhood in San Francisco. The non-place sites investigated in this book are located where access and ownership is often ambiguous or in dispute.
They can be apprehended as having been produced through a process of speculative land investment, and cultural forgetting. There is a heightened sense when walking through these areas that non-place has the potential to reveal.
• Non-Place Urban Realm was the term proposed by Melvin Webber in to suggest a new era in which accessibility has become more important that propinquity, in which place operates at many scales, some local and focused and others extended through behaviour and connections with relatives and colleagues across regions, continents, and around the world.
An ever-increasing proportion of our lives is spent in supermarkets, airports and hotels, on motorways or in front of TVs, computers and cash machines. This invasion of the world by what Marc Augé calls “non-space” results in a profound alteration of awareness: something we perceive, but only in a partial and incoherent manner.
Augé uses the concept of “supermodernity” to describe a. All of that lawn and shrubbery and parking lot area needs to be maintained. Roads need to be plowed in winter. Usually this is not too difficult. But, just as nature abhors a vacuum, a Non-Place that is neglected soon fills up with something or other — trash, old automobiles and refrigerators, criminal activity, squatters, and so forth.
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