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Victor Burgin at the AA on the experience of time

In counterpoint to Ed Soja's recent talk in London, in which he suggested that 'for the first time in 150 years people are thinking about space with the same expectation of insight as with time and history', Victor Burgin's presentation at the Architectural Association (AA) last week proposed that 'time has [recently] had comparatively little attention'. Whereas Soja suggested that 'narrative form is strangling the visual and the spatial', Burgin proposed that narrative itself is as ...

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