The Resource The geographical unconscious, Argyro Loukaki

The geographical unconscious, Argyro Loukaki

The geographical unconscious
The geographical unconscious
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Argyro Loukaki
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index present
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L68 2014
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non fiction
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The geographical unconscious, Argyro Loukaki
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • fro
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  • Machine generated contents note: pt. I Archetypal Spatialities -- 1.The Space of Heroes -- The Fire of the Eyes -- The 8th Century BC: Myth, Geographies, Art -- Tragedy and Participatory Spatialities -- Homer's Poetic Ì' -- Awesome Humanity and the Tragic Polis -- Spatialities, Cosmologies, Optics -- Mathematics and the Law -- Nature, People, Architecture: Interactions -- The Shield of Achilles -- 2.Sappho: Light and the Sacred Cosmologies of the Human Body -- The Dancing Maidens -- Sacred Cosmologies -- The M̀odern' Archaic Poetic Genius and the Dialectics of Immortality -- The Poetess and Homer -- Sappho's Thiasos -- Sappho: Persona Loquens or the Voice of Generality? -- Drawing the Divine in the Poetic Sphere -- Nature, Gardens, Sanctuaries -- Present Interpretations -- pt. II Byzantine Participatory Spatialities and Modern Art -- 3.Byzantine Art, Cubism, Surrealism -- Archaism in the Heart of Modernism -- Spatial Conventions -- Byzantine Intuitive Spatio-visualities --
  • Contents note continued: Western Breakthroughs -- Cubism and Intuitive-relational Spatialities -- Surrealism: Looking for Archetypal Associations -- Comparison between the Three Genres -- 4.Mediterranean Fermentations in Early Modernity: El Greco's Mare Meum -- Modern Mediterranean Cosmogonies -- Crete: The post-Byzantine Greece of Greece -- Nature in the Renaissance -- The Theatricality of the Renaissance City -- Literary Aesthetics in Renaissance Crete -- Venetian H̀armonies' -- El Greco and Michael Damaskinos: Two 16th-century Cretan Masters -- pt. III Modernity as Urban Visual Experience -- 5.Paris-Patras: Modern Urban Geographies of Visual Elation -- Paris-Patras: What Modernity in the European Periphery? -- Urban Modernity: Phantasmagoria and Mise-en-scene -- Paris: From the Middle Ages to Haussmann -- New Urban Vision -- Gustave Caillebotte and Haussmann's Paris -- The Urban Pasts of Patras -- Patras: The 19th-century Urban Design --
  • Contents note continued: Literary Romanticism and Urban Space as Theatre -- The Carnival -- The New Ontology of Vision in Patras -- pt. IV Cosmopolitan Modernisms and the East: F.L. Wright, D. Pikionis and N. Hadjikyriakos-Ghikas -- 6.Japanese Space as Archetype and Unconscious -- The Fleeting Beauty -- The Japanese Culture and the Formation of Eastern and Western Geographical Archetypes -- Spatial Networks and Ukiyo-e -- Japanese Gardens -- Politics and European Architectural Influence in Interwar Japan -- The post-Hiroshima Death Drive in Japanese Space -- The post-War Period in the Work of the Architect Kenzo Tange: Form Follows Destruction -- The Present Spatialities and the Problems of Japanese Development -- From Edo to Tokyo -- 7.Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan -- Frank Lloyd Wright: Icon and Hero -- The Paroxysm of the Exotic: On Space, Chinoiseries and Japonisme -- Japan in Wright's Mind -- The Art Dealer: Wright or Wrong? -- Dialogues with Ancient Spatialities --
  • Contents note continued: The Imperial Hotel in Tokyo -- Japan in Wright's Architecture in America -- An Ambiguous Modernist -- Wright's Fluid Spatialities: Mental Journeys or Authentication of Self? -- 8.Dimitris Pikionis, Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghikas and the East -- Contesting Objectification -- Creative Localisms and Myth -- Seeing the Invisible, Shaping a Consciousness -- Searching for Greece in the East -- Ghikas and the East -- Pikionis and the East -- The Filothei Garden -- The Aixoni Settlement -- pt. V Past-Future Space -- 9.Baroque Cyberspatialities -- On Meta-optical Space -- The Baroque: Total Resurrection -- Metaphysics of Representation, Old and New -- Baroque Spaces and Visions -- The New Aesthetic: Form Follows Flux -- New Spatialities
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24 cm
xvi, 415 pages
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  • (OCoLC)880312442
  • md30700759

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