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Architecture, Festival and the City: Introduction

Architecture, Festival and the City: Introduction ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Mar ıa Jose Martınez Sanchez School of Architecture and Architecture, Festival and the City: Design, Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK Introduction maria.martinezsanchez@bcu. ac.uk Marıa Jose Martınez Sanchez, Christian Frost School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City Christian Frost and Jieling Xiao University, Birmingham, UK christian.frost@bcu.ac.uk Jieling Xiao School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City The theme of this issue of Architecture and Culture is “Architecture, University, Birmingham, UK jieling.xiao@bcu.ac.uk Festival and the City.” Our aim has been to posit and to explore the Keywords: architecture, relationship between festivals and their settings in order to ask what festival, city, carnival, constitutes festival in the contemporary city. What allows a traditional performance; performativity festival to ensure? How can a new festival become meaningful? And what do we expect a festival to do? The papers originate from the fourteenth conference of the Architectural Humanities Research Association (AHRA), Volume 6/Issue 3 held at Birmingham City University in November 2017, which itself grew pp.361–370 out of our own research interests – Marıa Jose Martınez Sanchez’s in the DOI:10.1080/20507828. 2018.1535013 articulation of public and civic spaces through performance; Christian No potential conflict of Frost’s in the persistence of the Florentine festival of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Architecture and Culture Taylor & Francis

Architecture, Festival and the City: Introduction

Architecture, Festival and the City: Introduction

Architecture and Culture , Volume 6 (3): 10 – Sep 2, 2018

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ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Mar ıa Jose Martınez Sanchez School of Architecture and Architecture, Festival and the City: Design, Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK Introduction maria.martinezsanchez@bcu. ac.uk Marıa Jose Martınez Sanchez, Christian Frost School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City Christian Frost and Jieling Xiao University, Birmingham, UK christian.frost@bcu.ac.uk Jieling Xiao School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City The theme of this issue of Architecture and Culture is “Architecture, University, Birmingham, UK jieling.xiao@bcu.ac.uk Festival and the City.” Our aim has been to posit and to explore the Keywords: architecture, relationship between festivals and their settings in order to ask what festival, city, carnival, constitutes festival in the contemporary city. What allows a traditional performance; performativity festival to ensure? How can a new festival become meaningful? And what do we expect a festival to do? The papers originate from the fourteenth conference of the Architectural Humanities Research Association (AHRA), Volume 6/Issue 3 held at Birmingham City University in November 2017, which itself grew pp.361–370 out of our own research interests – Marıa Jose Martınez Sanchez’s in the DOI:10.1080/20507828. 2018.1535013 articulation of public and civic spaces through performance; Christian No potential conflict of Frost’s in the persistence of the Florentine festival of

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2050-7836
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2050-7828
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10.1080/20507828.2018.1535013
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ARCHITECTURE AND CULTURE Mar ıa Jose Martınez Sanchez School of Architecture and Architecture, Festival and the City: Design, Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK Introduction maria.martinezsanchez@bcu. ac.uk Marıa Jose Martınez Sanchez, Christian Frost School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City Christian Frost and Jieling Xiao University, Birmingham, UK christian.frost@bcu.ac.uk Jieling Xiao School of Architecture and Design, Birmingham City The theme of this issue of Architecture and Culture is “Architecture, University, Birmingham, UK jieling.xiao@bcu.ac.uk Festival and the City.” Our aim has been to posit and to explore the Keywords: architecture, relationship between festivals and their settings in order to ask what festival, city, carnival, constitutes festival in the contemporary city. What allows a traditional performance; performativity festival to ensure? How can a new festival become meaningful? And what do we expect a festival to do? The papers originate from the fourteenth conference of the Architectural Humanities Research Association (AHRA), Volume 6/Issue 3 held at Birmingham City University in November 2017, which itself grew pp.361–370 out of our own research interests – Marıa Jose Martınez Sanchez’s in the DOI:10.1080/20507828. 2018.1535013 articulation of public and civic spaces through performance; Christian No potential conflict of Frost’s in the persistence of the Florentine festival of

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Architecture and CultureTaylor & Francis

Published: Sep 2, 2018

Keywords: architecture; festival; city; carnival; performance; performativity

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