Posts Tagged: perception

design and perception

Lefebvre argues that he “cannot understand the philosophical separation/distinction of the object and the subject, of the body and the world”. “The limits”, he continues, “seem to me unclear”1. Copying from Lefebvre’s “the production of space”: “For the most part,

design and perception

Lefebvre argues that he “cannot understand the philosophical separation/distinction of the object and the subject, of the body and the world”. “The limits”, he continues, “seem to me unclear”1. Copying from Lefebvre’s “the production of space”: “For the most part,

greetaly

I don’t know who made this poster, or what they mean by this new version of a map. I don’t know if its trying to capture a different perception of reality, or if its proposing a slight alteration to the

greetaly

I don’t know who made this poster, or what they mean by this new version of a map. I don’t know if its trying to capture a different perception of reality, or if its proposing a slight alteration to the

Territories compared

changing cities // conquering cities II

Athens, is my mind, is huge. Going from my house to the sea is a very long trip, and so is going to the nearest mountain. In Athens I use two modes of transport, my car and my feet. So

Territories compared

changing cities // conquering cities II

Athens, is my mind, is huge. Going from my house to the sea is a very long trip, and so is going to the nearest mountain. In Athens I use two modes of transport, my car and my feet. So

changing cities // conquering cities

I rarely feel at home, and to feel at home, I have to be familiar with the place that has to feel like home. I get very personally attached to spaces and places and houses and rooms, and anything that

changing cities // conquering cities

I rarely feel at home, and to feel at home, I have to be familiar with the place that has to feel like home. I get very personally attached to spaces and places and houses and rooms, and anything that