Log 42: Disorienting Phenomenology

Cynthia Davidson Ed.

Publisher Anyone Corporation

ISBN 9780999237304

Idea Code 18169

This issue, subtitled “Disorienting Phenomenology”, presents eighteen essays by philosophers, theorists, art and architectural historians, and architects. These writings provide a critical look at those phenomenologies that reflect architecture and society’s increasing awareness of the sociocultural richness found in diversity. From Charles L. Davis’s speculations on an architectural phenomenology of blackness and Adrienne Brown’s look at the role of space in producing radicalisation, to readings of Husserl and Doug Wheeler, and a conversation with Jorge Otero-Pailos, who offered a key reassessment of architectural phenomenology in the mid-20th century, plus much more.

204 p, ills colour & bw, 17 x 23 cm, pb, English