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HEAGNEY, B. Anarchitecture: Writings on Architecture from an Anarchist Perspective

Thursday 23 July 2009, by ps

Brian C. Heagney
Copyright: © 2008 Brian Heagney Creative Commons

"Architecture has failed me because it has failed to house and comfort the homeless woman in the subway station, diminishing her ability to give all of herself to any relationship, including the potential relationship between her and mi.

Architectural spaces are communal. The only singular space is a human body; but that human body eventually dies and decomposes. The atoms and molecules of that body recycle themselves into other parts of the Eart: trees; flowers, parts of animals; hundreds of other things. The only singular space soon becomes a multitude of spaces"


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