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authors Hirschberg, U.
year 2001
title Fake. space
source Engeli, Maia (ed.): Bits and Spaces. Architecture and Computing for Physical, Virtual, Hybrid Realms, Basel/Boston/Berlin: Birkhäuser Publishers for Architecture (pp 56-65)
summary In the students form an online community that jointly builds up the node system, in which the individual contributions are linked and can be viewed and navigated through in various ways. The topics of the nodes are different aspects and concepts of space, which were investigated using digital representations of the students" own homes. The main principle is that of contextuality: every work is created in reaction to an already existing one and it is also displayed in that context when it has been handed in. The entirety of all student works creates a collective narrative space which can be read and navigated through in various ways, producing a multitude of very personal stories. In this sense can be regarded as a digital city.
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