Architecture of the ineffable : on the work of John Hejduk

This is a study of the work of John Hejduk---his poetry, architecture and philosophical reflection. The aim of the study is to open up a discourse on some of Hejduk's projects, in which he speculated about philosophical themes such as identity, time and geometry, questioning the possibilities and limits of architecture. A discussion of these projects is particularly relevant for our contemporary world, regarding our questions of the limits of language and geometry, ideas and evidences for architecture in a society of generalized communication.
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