CROSS-BORDER MOBILITY, HYPERLINKS, AND ARCHITECTURAL DYSLEXIA: READING AND WRITING THE POST-URBAN SPACE

Posted On Jul 27 2012 by

Because of the last decades of informatization and hyperlinking of physical and virtual spaces few people are able to further read the classical space. Its linear construction, addressed to the “discoverer” of space, no longer suits the contemporary informational “nomad.” Therefore, space is re-written in order to recombine, in a post-modern approach, cultural information and changing identities. In a global environment where every piece of information, from weather reports to explosive “recipes” is available at a glance, it seems that the grammar of both text and space matters less and less, all in favor of a compressed eclectic status permanently …