• Architecture, Phantasmagoria, and the Culture of Contemporary Capitalism - Introduction 

      Andreotti, Libero; Lahiji, Nadir (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-03-31)
      This symposium addresses the concept of phantasmagoria in architecture, unearthing its various manifestations in the contemporary culture of spectacle. Participants from a variety of fields at the intersection of ...
    • Architecture, Phantasmagoria, and the Culture of Contemporary Capitalism - Panel 

      Cronan, Todd; Johnston, George B.; Marratt, Marisabel (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-03-31)
      Panel discussion on Architecture, Phantasmagoria, and the Culture of Contemporary Capitalism.
    • Culture of Circulation 

      Ockman, Joan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-03-31)
      Once upon a time, in the days when modern architecture was young, circulation through a building was primarily a functional problem. By the mid-twentieth century, when the monument building morphed into the ...
    • The Gothic Imagination: From Castle to Shipwreck 

      Cohen, Margaret (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-03-31)
      The gothic is a term designating a style in medieval architecture, which inspired a mode of the imagination in the Enlightenment and Romantic era. This mode found its fullest expression in narrative, popularized by ...
    • Haunts: A Eulogy to Phantasmagoria 

      Gilloch, Graeme (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-03-31)
      My aim in this paper is to rethink and reconfigure the notion of phantasmagoria not as forms of deception and domination (myth, fetishism, illusion, dreaming) but rather as sites of and encounters with ‘gatherings of ...
    • Space After Spectacle: Infrastructure, Indifference and the Phantasmagoria of Transit 

      Spencer, Douglas (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-03-31)
      Andreotti and Lahiji’s The Architecture of Phantasmagoria presents an incisive critique of the discourse of spectacle in architecture. ‘Spectacle’, they note, has become the ‘tired mantra’ of a supposedly critical ...
    • A Specter is Haunting Babel - The Specter of Language 

      Kishik, David (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017-03-31)
      Urban theology begins with a biblical tale of two cities: Enoch, built by Cain, and Babel, destroyed by God. The fact that the pithy primeval story in Genesis 1-11 finds it necessary to develop separate critiques of ...