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new to him, Hilberseimer begins to develop his proposals. Hilberseimer together with his students gradually investigates aspects of density, sun insolation, infrastructure and functional arrangement. Two urban studies conducted between 1926-1930, accompany the changes from high- to flat buildings. The first design is the Wellfare-City, a study of possible hous- ing types at different densities. The second design is the Proposal to City-building, an office- and commercial city study in the center of Berlin. 4.1.1 The Welfare City In May 1926, in Düsseldorf

, i.e. deviating from the perspective of urban studies and sociology into the field of biology and life sciences. The subject in need of such imagination and sidetracking, is, in my case, causality. The hunch is an old one. Many authors concerned with cities have linked causality to biological findings and natural sciences. At the begin- ning of the 19th century, the Edinburgh School held eco-systemic and evo- 1 | Zitouni, Benedikte, Agglomérer. Une anatomie de l’extension bruxelloise (1825-1915), with a foreword by Eric Corijn and an afterword by Bruno Latour


.1177/0263276407075954 Gropius, Walter. 1954. ‘Eight Steps Towards a Solid Architecture’. In Architecture Culture 1943–1968: A Documentary Anthology, edited by Joan Ockman, 177–80. New York: Columbia Book of Architecture. Guggenheim, Michael. 2009. ‘Building Memory: Architecture, Networks and Us- ers’. Memory Studies 2 (1): 39–53. —. 2010. ‘Mutable Immobiles. Building Conversion as a Problem of Quasi-Tech- nologies’. In Urban Assemblages: How Actor-Network Theory Changes Urban Studies, edited by Ignacio Farías and Thomas Bender, 161–78. Abingdon

, sociology, anthropol- ogy and urban studies by moving from a discussion of photography to an exploration of image-based culture. In the interim, academic studies were focussed on a number of subjects, such as ‘journalist photography and their subjects’, ‘a nation’s biography and image investigation’, and ‘Who has influenced whom?’ In the second LIPF, held at the end of 2006, with the theme, ‘Between the Observer and the Observed’, curators discussed photography itself and attempted to conduct an in depth study of the relationship between pho- tography and society

| 511 Rosenbaum, Alvin: Usonia. Frank Lloyd Wright’s Design for Amerika. Washington D.C.: Preservation Press, National Trust for Historic Preservation 1993. Roskamm, Nikolai: Dichte. Eine transdisziplinäre Dekonstruktion. Diskurse zu Stadt und Raum. Urban Studies. Bielefeld: transcript 2011. Sack, Manfred: »Duette vom Halensee«. In: Reissbrett 1. Hermann Fehling + Daniel Gogel. Hrsg. von Ulrich Conrads, Manfred Sack und François Burkhardt. Braun- schweig: Vieweg 1981, S. 5–7. Scharoun, Hans: »Musik im Mittelpunkt«. In: Philharmonie Berlin. Berlin: Druck: Thormann

bijdragen van / contributions by Peter Eisenman, Kenneth Frampton, Arie Graf land, Jeffrey Kipnis, Jacques Derrida, Nijmegen 1989 Gwathmey/Siegel 1977 Charles Gwathmey, Robert Siegel, Five Houses, hg. von Institute for Archi tecture and Urban Studies IAUS, Introduction by Kenneth Frampton, catalogue 7, New York 1977 Haberlik 2001 Christina Haberlik, Wexner Center for the Visual Arts. Peter Eisenman, in: 50 Klassiker. Architektur des 20. Jahrhunderts. Die wichtigsten Bau- werke der Moderne, dargestellt von Christina Haberlik, unter Mitarbeit von Andrea C. Busch

, for Jackson, the aerial view offered new opportunities. It presented the condition of the land roughly a century later and offered a far better aid to perceiving, describing, and analyzing a given site. Moreover, the production, study, and interpretation ofvisual sources became an important tool in Jackson's analysis of altered Iandscapes and changing settlement structures. Thus, his method of studying Iandscapes revolutionized architectural debates, making visual analysis an essential part of urban studies. Besides its unique function in initiating modern

, Band III: 1976-1979, Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp 2003, S. 671–674. Harlan, Volker/Rappmann, Rainer/Schata, Peter: Soziale Plastik. Materialien zu Joseph Beuys, Krefeld: Achberger 1984. Lewisohn, Cedar: Street Art: The Graffiti Revolution, London: Tate Publishing 2010. Ley, David: „Artists, Aestheticisation and the Field of Gentrification“, in: Urban Studies 40/12 (2003), S. 2527–2544. Loacker, Bernadette: Kreativ prekär. Künstlerische Arbeit und Subjektivität im Postfor- dismus, Bielefeld: transcript 2010. Mailer, Norman: „The Faith of Graffiti“, in: Esquire vom

ever be instantiated,« (Mouffe 2000: 104) then it is obvious that in Macedonia the internet has opened up the first pub- lic space of dissent and democratic contestation, a space that is vital to an agonistic pluralistic democracy and a participatory visual culture. All this provides a further argument for the urgent need for an interdisciplinary ap- proach towards the entanglement of visual culture studies, urban studies and other academic disciplines relating to social communications (an approach that could offer methodological support to anyone interested in

2.1.1. 915 | memoriAl of the murDereD jews of euroPe/„holocAust mAhnmAl“, Berlin, 1997–2005, (Holocaust Mahnmal 2005; Materialien zum Denkmal 2005; Noever 2004, S. 156–159; Davidson 2006, S. 290–297; Leggewie/Meyer 2005). 916 | Vgl. Anm. 1033. Dekonstruk tivismus in der Architek tur?208 allem einflussreich als, auch polemischer, Architekturtheoretiker und Dozent am Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies917, das er 1967 mitgegründet hat. Dort haben auch die jüngeren Architekten der Ausstellung, Libeskind, Hadid, Koolhaas, Tschumi, bei ihm gehört.918