DIAGRAMS: PHILOSOPHY BEYOND THEORY
THEORY THROUGH PHILOSOPHY: ARCHITECTURE, ART, POLITICS AND TECHNOLOGY
The characteristic of most new philosophical approaches or tactical aesthetic positioning within the architecture and visual arts is guided by a critique of the conditions and circumstances of individual and collective subjectivization achieved within productive and receptive practices of architecture. Various authors choose the term “philosophy” to indicate a deliberate turn from conceptual and semiological to phenomenological, on the other hand, to indicate the complex relationships between objects, situations and events in relation to the dispositives of art and life. In this lecture, I will present an analysis and discussion of the status of contemporary philosophy of architecture in relation to the important relations of architectural practice, artistic practice, political antagonisms and trans-technological impacts. Contemporary trans-technological (digital, post-digital, network and techno-ecological) aspects make the discussion of philosophical and aesthetic knowledge about architecture take place in the field of breaking the stable boundaries between art, architecture and politics.
Keywords: architecture, concept, diagram, discourse, network, philosophy
How to cite this Paper: Miško Šuvaković. “Diagrams: Philosophy Beyond Theory; Theory Through Philosophy: Architecture, Art, Politics And Technology.” Philosophy of Architecture: Proceedings, edited by Ružica Bogdanović, STRAND - Sustainble Urban Society Association, 2022, pp. 22–28.
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