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id asanowicz02_paper_eaea2007
authors Asanowicz, Aleksander; Katarzyna Asanowicz
year 2008
title The Dynamic Perception of Digitally Created Abstract Urban Space
source Proceedings of the 8th European Architectural Endoscopy Association Conference
summary Sigmund Freud in his book has used a City as a Metaphor of human Psyche. According to him City is not only images of the forms given us in the process of perception but all invisible and nowadays not existing forms (buildings) too. This way of representing historical sequences is possible thanks to ability of our mind to parallel consideration of different spatial meanings. Aldo Rossi called it - “analogous City” – a city which includes the existing buildings, buildings which was existed in the same place in the past and imaginary buildings (our visions of future development of the city). As a result – City is a place where real and virtual meet. Aldo Rossi presents an “analogous city” as a mental map which includes real and unreal forms representing, at the same time, remembered and imagined events. He has written: “When we back to the place after long absence we not only recognize it, but at the same time start remembering events which has happened at this place in the past. Peter Eisenman in “The City of Artificial Excavation” has analyzed the city as an archaeologist, who excaved forgotten buildings and showed us unknown connections and meanings.
keywords city perception, emotions, digital composition
series EAEA
email asan@pb.bialystok.pl
more http://info.tuwien.ac.at/eaea
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