Food for Thought: Why Art Has the Power to Change the World By Olafur Eliasson

Food for Thought: Why Art Has the Power to Change the World By Olafur Eliasson One of the great challenges today is that we often feel untouched by the problems of others and by global issues like climate change, even when we could easily do something to help. We do not feel strongly enough that … Sigue leyendo

Food for Thought: Manifesto by Lebbeus Woods

Food for Thought: Manifesto By Lebbeus Woods Architecture and war are not incompatible. Architecture is war. War is architecture. I am at war with my time, with history, with all authority that resides in fixed and frightened forms. I am one of millions who do not fit in, who have no home, no family, no … Sigue leyendo

Food for Thought: Faces of Democratic Deficit by Slavoj Žižek

Food for Thought: Faces of Democratic Deficit By Slavoj Žižek Sometimes faces become symbols – not of the strong individuality of their bearers but of the anonymous forces behind them. Was not the stupidly smiling face of Jeroen Dijsselbloem, president of the Eurogroup, the symbol of the EU’s brutal pressure on Greece? Recently, the international … Sigue leyendo

Food for Thought: Technological City And Cultural Criticism: Challenges, Limits, Politics By Paolo Pileri

Food for Thought: Technological City And Cultural Criticism: Challenges, Limits, Politics By Paolo Pileri Introduction: the profound crisis and the technological hope For several years now, we have been in a state of profound crisis and the hope of finally exiting it fills the pages of the daily newspapers. Technology, in its various forms and … Sigue leyendo

Food for Thought: A Provisional Theory of Non-Sites by Robert Smithson

Food for Thought: A Provisional Theory of Non-Sites by Robert Smithson By drawing a diagram, a ground plan of a house, a street plan to the location of a site, or a topographic map, one draws a logical two dimensional picture. A logical picture differs from a natural or realistic picture in that it rarely … Sigue leyendo

Food for thought: Why revolution is no longer possible by Byung-Chul Han

Food for thought: Why revolution is no longer possible By Byung-Chul Han[1] Introduction: Food for Thought section aims to publish top texts from open mind and open origin thinkers that are at the backyard of axonométrica ecosystem of ideas and concepts. Some are physically in my library, others became an inspiring part of my own … Sigue leyendo