Incompleteness… Ed presents approaches to incompleteness at ECLAS 2019

Ed presented his research on incompleteness at the ECLAS 2019 conference at NMBU in September. This work follows on from previous published work on incomplete cartographies for OASE Journal of Architecture.

Abstract: Landscapes resist definition. The ephemeral and dynamic conditions of landscapes counter attempts to spatially and representationally control them. Landscapes offer partial understandings, incomplete knowledge and unfinished ‘stories-sofar’
(Massey 2005, p.131) of our designed and undesigned environments. If landscapes are always under construction, as Doreen Massey proposes for space (2005, p.9), then we must accept them as incomplete… See the full abstract here.

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