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A Space to Explore, Places to Remember

Holst-Ekström, Måns LU (2012) In Light Volumes: art and landscape by Monika Gora p.46-49
Abstract
Departing from a famous 19th century print published by Camille Flammarion, said to show the world and cosmos according to medieval beliefs, the author looks at the explorative character of Swedish landscape architect and artist Monika Gora, how it relates to spatial relations and to memory, with references to french philosopher Gaston Bachelard.
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glass bubble, urban, Flammarion, Gora, rococo, spatial, Bachelard, place, remembrance
in
Light Volumes: art and landscape by Monika Gora
editor
Diedrich, Lisa
pages
46 - 49
publisher
Birkhaüser
ISBN
978-3-0346-0757-5
language
English
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yes
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