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Robin Winogrond, “In Search of Geographical Re-enchantment”
Robin Winogrond will show a series of her recent projects in Switzerland and Germany, most often on the urban periphery, which increasingly focus on sussing out the poetic potential of the banality of our contemporary urban landscape.
“Unruly places have the power to disrupt our expectations, of stimulating and reshaping our geographical imagination, to reenchant geography…Space sounds modern in a way that place doesn't. The reaction of modern societies has been to straighten and rationalize…the oddity of place.”– Alistair Bonnet, Unruly Places
The replacement of the unique and specific with the generic is a sign of our times. Cities make no exception. In the name of the modern, new and improved, the luringView more
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