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Originaire de la banlieue nord de Paris, concepteur du projet CelloGraff, ma principale préoccupation se trouve au cœur de la ville, là où les codes se bouleversent, se recouvrent et disparaissent.
La rue digère tout et revêt différentes apparences au cours du temps.

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Articles avec le tag ‘signs’

Endless Circle

 »… conforming to Western philosophy, which regards each center as the seat of all truth, our town centers are always full. They are places where the values of civilization are collected and condensed : values of spirituality (with churches), power (with offices), money (with banks), goods (with department stores) and words (with the ‘agora’: cafes and walks). Going downtown means encountering social ‘truth’, taking part in the sublime richness of ‘reality’. The city I’m referring to (Tokyo) presents this amazing paradox : it does have a center, but this center is empty. The whole city revolves around a place that is both forbidden and indifferent, an abode masked by vegetation, protected by moats, inhabited by an Emporer whom no one ever sees : literally, no one knows who does ever see him … Its center is no more than an evaporated ideal whose existence is not meant to radiate any kind of power, but to offer its own empty center to all urban movement as a form of support, by forcing perpetual traffic detours. Thus, it appears as an image that unfurls again and again in endless circles, around an empty core …  » Roland Barthes

Signs to recompose City