In his research, Marc Tuters explores the search for location in a networked age. He considers a variety of spatial practices as attempts to address the philosophical question of where we are (in relation to which scale), from fantasies of architectural utopias in the 1960s, to contemporary interface technologies that fetishize the idea of ‘the local’. Media studies discourse concerning the dematerializing effects of technological networks on architectural space forms a starting point for his research.
M.D. Tuters: Kosmoikos: the Search for Location in a Networked Age.
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