THE WALLS OF BERLIN: Architecture And Oblivion by Stephen Barber

THE WALLS OF BERLIN: Architecture And Oblivion

byStephen Barber

Kobo ebook | January 5, 2010

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Drawing on a vast range of material – from the first films of Berlin in the 1890s, to the city's impact on contemporary digital art – WALLS OF BERLIN examines how Berlin's walls form apertures that mediate their preoccupations and manias, damage and scars, non-erasable inscriptions and outlandish markings, fractures and fissures, strata and outgrowths, veerings and oscillations across time, corporeal traces and residues, sexual obsessions, and revelatory urban vanishings. In a rich cultural history of the city's memories and its acts of oblivion, Stephen Barber probes many of its overlooked but most illuminating spaces and sites inflected by art and film – alongside the visual, textual and sonic presences that inhabit them.
Title:THE WALLS OF BERLIN: Architecture And OblivionFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 5, 2010Publisher:Elektron EbooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1909923443

ISBN - 13:9781909923447

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