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a school of architecture based on the philosophical theory of deconstruction

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Even Philip Johnson, who was responsible for high-profile promotion of architecture's most avant garde movement, Deconstructivism, declared that "All architecture is shelter" and that "All great architecture is the design of space that contains, cuddles, exalts, or stimulates the persons in that space."
DECONSTRUCTIVISM, MODERN ARCHITECTURE, SHARED OUTCOME, and BLOG COLLABORATION featured student-teacher interactions and thus encountered this problem.
ere are some terric chefs practising this culinary deconstructivism all around the country, such as Sat Bains in Nottingham, Simon Rogan at L'Enclume in Cartmel and Claude Bosi at London's Hibiscus.
In Of Grammatology, his core definition of deconstructivism, Derrida argues that "a reading must always aim at a certain relationship, unperceived by the writer, between what he commands and what he does not command of the patterns of language that he uses.
His main concern was post-modernism (especially deconstructivism, poststructuralism) and its relation to art, literature and current American culture.
Deconstructivism, in this respect, took it as its mission the demolition of one of the most important functional myths of Western philosophy, the one holding reason as the ultimate condition of accessing knowledge and providing an appropriate, adequate relationship with reality.
Like Owens, the authors of The Deconstructive Impulse insist on deconstructivism as a gendered practice formed visually, verbally, and in writing among artists, art historians, and art critics--especially women.
Emerging from the Antwerp Six, an influential collective of fashion designers that included Dries Van Noten and Ann Demeulemeester, all of whom came out of Antwerp's Royal Academy of Fine Arts in the 14980s, Van Beirendonck distinguished himself from the pack by steering clear of the dark, serious overtones of deconstructivism and the gothy robes that many of his cohorts conjured, and instead made a habit of consistently exploding the runway with color and bold forms.
In their creative use of recent precedents, they make the contemporary experiments of post-modern architecture in the West seem tentative, and the built masterpieces of Deconstructivism by such over-praised superstars as Zaha Hadid and Frank Gehry look trivial and insubstantial.
Transmodernism is structurally opposed to postmodernism, accusing the latter of inconsistency in its radical deconstructivism effort (5).
Postmodern deconstructivism refers to the methodology developed by postmodern philosophers such as Jacques Derrida (1976), which aims to undermine the dualistic or oppositional logic within texts and language.
Lastly, in augmenting his vision of modern thought as totalising, Derrida references a highly selective list of influential thinkers such as Rousseau and Levi-Strauss whilst failing to include others such as Vico, Shakespeare, Cervantes, Rabelais or Joyce who all have elements of deconstructivism and anti-logocentrism inherent in their work (Docker: 1994:142).
of New York, Purchase), curator Princenthal introduces several critical essays drawing on thinkers from Freud to Derrida to examine feminism's contributions to deconstructivism. Artists represented who deconstruct gender identity, experience, and images include Dara Birnbaum, Adrian Piper, Martha Rosler, and Hannah Wilke.