Architecture on the wire: Resilience through vitality

Ednie-Brown, P 2012, 'Architecture on the wire: Resilience through vitality', Log, vol. 25, no. Summer, pp. 15-22.


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Collection: Journal Articles

Title Architecture on the wire: Resilience through vitality
Author(s) Ednie-Brown, P
Year 2012
Journal name Log
Volume number 25
Issue number Summer
Start page 15
End page 22
Total pages 8
Publisher Anyone Corporation
Abstract What is clear in Man on Wire is that Petit's WTC wire-walk powerfully amplified something we experience everyday, although mostly unnoticed and wrapped in the habitual, as part of being alive: vitality, or the feeling of life itself. The event was deeply moving because it brought a whispering background movement to the foreground, shifting the ground of experience momentarily, monumentally, and memorably.
Subject Architectural History and Theory
Copyright notice © 2012 Anyone Corporation
ISSN 1547-4690
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