7 edition of Making Dying Illegal: Architecture Against Death found in the catalog.
by Roof Books
Written in English
|Contributions||Jean-Jacques Lecercle (Introduction)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
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If you want to make dying illegal, maybe you shouldn't go the classical Marxist route because you will literally bore me to death.
This is a very strange book, essentially a manifesto for what Gins and Arakawa call "Reversible Destiny," a program for making death illegal, but despite the novelty of it I just couldn't make it past the introduction/5.
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Making Dying Illegal - Architecture Against Death: Original to the 21st Century (Japanese Edition), Shunjusha, Tokyo, "Arakawa and Gins’ Making Dying Illegal is, like all great satire, a serious contribution to a serious problem—a problem that so far each of us has had to face for him-or herself, namely that of stopping being.
Get this from a library. Making dying illegal: architecture against death: original to the 21st century. [Shūsaku Arakawa; Madeline Gins; Jean-Jacques Lecercle] -- "Making Dying Illegal is the latest installment of the ongoing Arakawa and Gins Reversible Destiny Project.
By making the on-the-surface absurd proposal to legislate against dying, a strong political. The late American writer and architect Madeline Gins was probably best known for the Reversible Destiny project (–): a theoretical collaboration with her husband, Shusaku Arakawa.
They wrote treatises against death (in books such as Architectural Body,and Making Dying Illegal, ) and designed spaces intended to facilitate their inhabitants’ immortality.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy Making Dying Illegal: Architecture Against Death: Original to the 21st Century at nd: Madeline Gins. Making Dying Illegal, Architecture Against Death: Original to the 21st Century. (in collaboration with Arakawa).
New York: Roof Books, ISBN ; Tokyo: Shunjusha, Le Corps Architectural (in collaboration with Arakawa). Paris: Editions Manucius, ISBN Architectural Body (in collaboration with Arakawa).Website: More editions of Making Dying Illegal: Architecture Against Death: Original to the 21st Century: Making Dying Illegal: Architecture Against Death: Original to the 21st Century: ISBN () Softcover, Roof Books, Architectural Body (Modern & Contemporary Poetics) [Shusaku Arakawa, Madeline Gins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This manifesto is a verbal articulation of the authors' visionary theory of how the human body, architecture5/5(2). These ideas were explored through three books that she co-authored with Arakawa: Pour ne Pas Mourir/To Not to Die (Éditions de la Différence, Paris ); Architectural Body (University of Alabama Press, ); and Making Dying Illegal – Architecture Against Death: Original to the 21st Century (Roof Books, New York, ).
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Making dying illegal: architecture against death: "Making Dying Illegal is the latest installment of the ongoing Arakawa and Gins Reversible Destiny Project. By making the on-the-surface absurd proposal to legislate against dying, a strong political and satirical strategy is produced as a series of architectural principles that relate to.
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This book explores the philosophy of Arakawa and Madeline Gins who set out to fight the human destiny of mortality. These ideas were explored through three books that she co-authored with Arakawa: Pour ne Pas Mourir/To Not to Die(Éditions de la Différence, Paris, ); Architectural Body (University of Alabama Press, ); and Making Dying Illegal – Architecture Against Death: Original to the 21st Century (Roof Books, New York, ).
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