The wall according to Luke


Delible and indelible marks


In a 2009 thesis paper, a man named Luke wrote this wall into history by quoting from the following publications:

  • All that is solid melts into air: The experience of modernity
  • Gender, Class, and Shelter: Perspectives in Vernacular
  • Beasts of Suburbia: Reinterpreting Cultures in Australian Suburbs
  • Metropolis Now
  • Modernity: an incomplete project
  • An Answer to the Question: ”What is Enlightenment?
  • We Have Never Been Modern
  • Lecture XVIII Policy of Colonial Governments Towards Native Tribes
  • The Sense of the World
  • Globalisation and Urban Change
  • China’s Search for Modernity
  • Women’s Working Lives
  • Australian Feminism
  • What is a Nation
  • Transnational Urbanisation

In collating these surfaces, he referenced: Bergman, M; Bernstein, R; Butch, R,K; Cassirier, E; Castree, N; Crowley, E C; Ferber, S; Gibson, K; Habermas, J; Hartman, C; Harvey, D; Jencks, C; Kant, I; Krien, R; Lamour, B; Merivale, H; Nancy, J L; Olds, K; Ping, H; Probert, B; Renan, E; and Sperritt, P.

#MakingMeaning #WalkedOn

When, where, what

05/11/2014 at 11:12
CarriageWorks, Eveleigh, Sydney
Wall and floor junction


05/11/2014 at 17:38 at 80°
05/11/2014 at 04:34 at 277°
Distance from object
370,927 km

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