In The Aesthetics Of Decay, Dylan Trigg Confronts The Remnants From The Fallout Of Post Industrialism And Postmodernism Through A Considered Analysis Of Memory, Place, And Nostalgia, Trigg Argues That The Decline Of Reason Enables A Critique Of Progress To Emerge In This Ambitious Work, Trigg Aims To Reassess The Direction Of Progress By Situating It In A Spatial Context In Doing So, He Applies His Critique Of Rationality To Modern Ruins The Derelict Factory, Abandoned Asylum, And Urban Alleyway All Become Allies In Trigg S Attack On A Fixed Image Of Temporality And Progress The Aesthetics Of Decay Offers A Model Of Post Rational Aesthetics In Which Spatial Order Is Challenged By An Affirmative Ethics Of Ruin.
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- 265 pages
- The Aesthetics of Decay
- Dylan Trigg
- 04 September 2017 Dylan Trigg