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A Choreography of Lines

A Choreography of Lines Figure 1 Beirut, Green Line, 2012. Image: Merijn Royaards. Date of original photograph, 1987. Ac r hitecture A Choreography of Lines and c utl ure Merijn Royaards Merijn Royaards, Ph.D. White lines. Two fighter jets fly low over East Beirut, spinning air, spiraling candidate in architectural the war out of control. Their tails draw streets between the crumbling design, The Bartlett School of Architecture, University teeth of an exhausted city. Black lines, spiraling up and out of control. College London. Sound chases light through the rubble, shattering windows as it violently merijnroyaards@hotmail.com pushes through, an invisible army. Keywords: conceptual Distance is measured through changes in air pressure, the narratives, cross-cultural practice, Yung Ho Chang, fighting around us a choreography of thuds, clatter and spitting masonry, contemporary Chinese dancing the stage to dust. The city is fading, tumbling into the green line, architecture that wall without sides, with outsides, without architecture. Volume 2/Issue 2 July 2014 pp145–146 DOI: 10.2752/ 205078214X14030010182227 Merijn Royaards’ professional practice oscillates between, and merges, music, architectural/sonic arts and writing. As a musician, he has Reprints available directly from the publishers. performed in Europe, China and the Americas, while his art has been Photocopying permitted shown extensively http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Architecture and Culture Taylor & Francis

A Choreography of Lines

Architecture and Culture , Volume 2 (2): 2 – Jul 1, 2014

A Choreography of Lines

Architecture and Culture , Volume 2 (2): 2 – Jul 1, 2014

Abstract

Figure 1 Beirut, Green Line, 2012. Image: Merijn Royaards. Date of original photograph, 1987. Ac r hitecture A Choreography of Lines and c utl ure Merijn Royaards Merijn Royaards, Ph.D. White lines. Two fighter jets fly low over East Beirut, spinning air, spiraling candidate in architectural the war out of control. Their tails draw streets between the crumbling design, The Bartlett School of Architecture, University teeth of an exhausted city. Black lines, spiraling up and out of control. College London. Sound chases light through the rubble, shattering windows as it violently merijnroyaards@hotmail.com pushes through, an invisible army. Keywords: conceptual Distance is measured through changes in air pressure, the narratives, cross-cultural practice, Yung Ho Chang, fighting around us a choreography of thuds, clatter and spitting masonry, contemporary Chinese dancing the stage to dust. The city is fading, tumbling into the green line, architecture that wall without sides, with outsides, without architecture. Volume 2/Issue 2 July 2014 pp145–146 DOI: 10.2752/ 205078214X14030010182227 Merijn Royaards’ professional practice oscillates between, and merges, music, architectural/sonic arts and writing. As a musician, he has Reprints available directly from the publishers. performed in Europe, China and the Americas, while his art has been Photocopying permitted shown extensively

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Taylor & Francis
Copyright
© 2014 Taylor and Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
2050-7836
eISSN
2050-7828
DOI
10.2752/205078214X14030010182227
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Abstract

Figure 1 Beirut, Green Line, 2012. Image: Merijn Royaards. Date of original photograph, 1987. Ac r hitecture A Choreography of Lines and c utl ure Merijn Royaards Merijn Royaards, Ph.D. White lines. Two fighter jets fly low over East Beirut, spinning air, spiraling candidate in architectural the war out of control. Their tails draw streets between the crumbling design, The Bartlett School of Architecture, University teeth of an exhausted city. Black lines, spiraling up and out of control. College London. Sound chases light through the rubble, shattering windows as it violently merijnroyaards@hotmail.com pushes through, an invisible army. Keywords: conceptual Distance is measured through changes in air pressure, the narratives, cross-cultural practice, Yung Ho Chang, fighting around us a choreography of thuds, clatter and spitting masonry, contemporary Chinese dancing the stage to dust. The city is fading, tumbling into the green line, architecture that wall without sides, with outsides, without architecture. Volume 2/Issue 2 July 2014 pp145–146 DOI: 10.2752/ 205078214X14030010182227 Merijn Royaards’ professional practice oscillates between, and merges, music, architectural/sonic arts and writing. As a musician, he has Reprints available directly from the publishers. performed in Europe, China and the Americas, while his art has been Photocopying permitted shown extensively

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Architecture and CultureTaylor & Francis

Published: Jul 1, 2014

Keywords: conceptual; narratives; cross-cultural; practice; Yung Ho Chang; contemporary Chinese; architecture

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