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Bouncing on Sacrilege: Deller, Debord and Jumping for Joy

It is futile to search in our theories of architecture or dérive for any other motive than the passion for play. Guy Debord (1) As we enter Glasgow Green, my daughter takes aim, like an archer pulling a bowstring and … Continue reading

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