Some scans from the book Buildings and Power by Thomas A. Markus showing his graph representations of building topologies and how they relate to their plans. These are scans from Part III of the book, Buildings and Knowledge, which deals with building typologies associated with the production and storage of knowledge, buildings as cognitive prosthetics.
“This difference – between technology as a means of construction and as a means of expression – is important when considering the relationship between musicians, technical systems and music. It means we can redefine technology, not as a tool subservient to creativity or an obstacle to it, but as part of a wider context within
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A cluster of children in matching outfits cycle joyously by the side of a lake in the Austrian Alps. Cut. A woman sits facing them in a horse-drawn carriage, gesturing, conducting, pointing at them with a whip. Cut. An aerial shot of a formal garden. They all dance in formation, singing… ‘DO(e) a deer a