Archive for March, 2011

The Wall Game: No Place To Hide

Wednesday, March 23, 2011 12:14 No Comments

Posted by Corrado Curti | This post is the third entry on No Place to Hide: an online map of potential places Title: The Wall Game Place: Israel-Palestine Border, 31°47′0″N 35°10′0″E Type: Project Architect: Lebbeus Woods Date: 2004 http://maps.google.com Description: Lebbeus Woods elaborated this project for a transformation of the Israeli-Palstinian Wall in 2004. It […]

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Terra Nova – DMZ: No Place To Hide

Monday, March 21, 2011 15:47 No Comments

Posted by Corrado Curti | This post is the second entry on No Place to Hide: an online map of potential places Title: Terra Nova – DMZ Place: North-South Korea Border, 38°36′48″N 128°22′0″E Type: Project Architect: Lebbeus Woods Date: 1988 http://maps.google.com Description: The Terra Nova project was commissioned in 1988 by Kyong Park, at the […]

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Radical Reconstruction

Friday, March 18, 2011 18:36 1 Comment

Posted by Corrado Curti | This post is the first entry on No Place to Hide: an online map of potential places Title: Radical Reconstruction Place: Sarajevo 43°52′0″N 18°25′0″E Type: Project Architect: Lebbeus Woods Date: 1997 Description:The work by Lebbeus Woods collects a series of drawings and writings exploring a visionary proposal for reconstructing the […]

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Upcoming on 18.03.2011: No Place to Hide

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 14:46 4 Comments

«Laws and unmarked frontiers remain…unwritten laws… And thus when frontiers are decided the adversary is not simply annihilated; indeed, he is accorded rights even when the victor’s superiority in power is complete. And there are, in a demonically ambiguous way, ‘equal’ rights: for both parties to the treaty it is the same line that may […]

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