And the Open Bridge: Labour, Enchantment, There Forever

  • Linda Marie Walker
  • Stephen Loo

Abstract

The bland does not utter the things of the world – does not paint the world
– except at their point of assimilation back into the Undifferentiated,
where they shed their distinctive traits, integrate their differences, and
give reign to their propensity for fusion. An imponderable quality …
blandness is, of necessity, fugitive … (Jullien, 2004: 91).

Published
2007-11-05
How to Cite
Walker, L. M., & Loo, S. (2007). And the Open Bridge: Labour, Enchantment, There Forever. Interstices: Journal of Architecture and Related Arts, 62-76. https://doi.org/10.24135/ijara.v0i0.331
Section
Refereed papers