Unlimited Free Space: Comprehensive Waterfront Plan



Lefebvre writes that architectural spaces represent a political use of knowledge; imply an ideology designed to conceal that use and; embody a technological simulation of the possible within the existing mode of production. Any theme proposed by any gallerie or haus devoted to the presentation of art and architecture risks specialist representations counter to everyday life as experienced. But for some time, a challenge has been set before the marginal actors in natural-human social space: To produce a single, defragmented space by readdressing the human production of specialist space through thought and act; "space as locus of production, as itself product and production, is both the weapon and the sign of [our] struggle... This gigantic task now calls for the immediate production of space, both as product and as a work, in the sense in which art created works."