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Minko Dimov 2/29/2016
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Private. Collaborators only.
Selection made on Version 17
The Fun Palace was obviously quite radical as architecture, but far beyond its radical architectonic form (some of which was adopted by the Pompidou Center) was its more provocative proposal that the essential role for its designer was to create a context for participation.
a context for participation
There is this beautiful Greek word koinonia, that predates computers, meaning “to share in the same experience.” To me it provides the best definition of communicating today, where the medium is constantly in a state of becoming with design defaming the tombstones of past experiments. A great mind once called it “a life.”