lunes, 15 de marzo de 2010

Profundas mutaciones del espacio público « ArquitecturaS

NEW YORK - JUNE 09:  People walk along paths in the High Line park, which opened to the public today June 9, 2009 in New York City. The High Line was formally an elevated railway 30 feet above the city's West Side that was built in 1934 for freight trains hauling dairy products, produce and meats and had become derelict after the rail closed in 1980. The first portion of the abandoned elevated railway has been transformed into a public park and the rest of the space is to be renovated in the future.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)


"La metamorfosis del Estado

Profundas mutaciones del espacio público

No es ocioso –cree la ensayista Leonor Arfuch– preguntarse qué significa lo público. “¿Son las calles, parques, edificios públicos? ¿El accionar del Estado, la “cosa pública”? ¿El espacio del ágora, de la protesta, de la opinión? ¿El espacio mediático? ¿El del consumo?”

Por: Leonor Arfuch"

Viejas y nuevas (re) formas
“Consagra la igualdad y reproduce desigualdades, es poder establecido y en movimiento”, dice el autor de la maquinaria de esencia contradictoria.
Por: Fabián Bosoer.