Construcciones en el analisis by Freud Sigmund

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Such a point, it seems to me, opens Blur on to a different kind of cultural history than that within which it is usually situated and suggests another, perhaps more critical, way of thinking about the project. At the invitation of the architects, Hubert Damisch himself visited the project, and subsequently wrote a commentary on it. 33 There is a euphoric aspect to Damischʼs discourse here, and I want to offer for comparison an earlier architectural project which is also euphoric, about an inhabitable place and breathing, and which will return us very directly to the experiments with pneumatic structures at which we glanced before.

But the tick becomes, paradoxically, a stone that remains alive. It attains the state of non-living being, deprived of any and all access to its environment, yet nonetheless retains the capacity to die. The tick does indeed occupy the zone of indistinction where we find ʻneither an animal life nor a human life, but only a life that is separated and excluded from itselfʼ (TO 38). But the tick occupies this zone of bare life in the modality of non-living being. In fact, this utterly paradoxical being escapes any of the categories of stone, animal or man designated by Heidegger.

As the planetary environment atrophies, this argument would run, so capital will seek to reconstitute it in localized and socially exclusive zones, and an ideology of purity would be part and parcel of this. In this regard, it might be suggested that Blur has some surprising filiations with, for example, some of the buildings produced for another exhibition: Expo ʼ92 in Seville. There localized cooling effects were produced by tower constructions that used micronizers to spray a fine water mist. Similarly, Nicholas Grimshawʼs British pavilion used evaporative techniques, such as a water wall that produced a mist, to cool visitors.

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