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Industrial Ruins

Space, Aesthetics and Materiality

by Tim Edensor

  • 357 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Berg Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural studies,
  • Public Policy - City Planning & Urban Dev.,
  • Planning,
  • Political Science,
  • Architecture,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Public, Commercial, or Industrial Buildings,
  • Anthropology - General,
  • Landscape,
  • Architecture / Landscape,
  • Architecture / Public, Commercial, or Industrial Buildings,
  • Architecture : Landscape,
  • Social Science : Anthropology - General,
  • Industrial archaeology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8958308M
    ISBN 101845200772
    ISBN 109781845200770

    Abstract: Presents industrial ruins and explains what they can tell us about ourselves and our past. It is their fragmentary nature and lack of fixed meaning that render ruins meaningful. This book highlights the danger of eradicating such urban sites through policies that privilege homogeneous new developments. They blur boundaries between rural and urban, past and present and are intimately tied to memory, desire and a sense of place. Stunningly illustrated throughout, this book celebrates industrial ruins and reveals what they can tell us about ourselves and our rial Ruins: Space, Aesthetics and Materiality (Hardcover)Brand: Tim Edensor.

    the fabulous ruins of Detroit? In Industrial Ruination, Community, and Place (University of Toronto Press, ), I examine how people live in and with industrial ruination. In this book, I use the term ‘ruination’ instead of ‘ruins’, to describe a process rather than a fixed form. Industrial ruins are never static, except in photographs. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Industrial Ruins: Space, Aesthetics and Materiality (Paperback) at

    The Industrial ruins are a heritage-listed archaeological site at Cliff Terrace, Macleay Island, City of Redland, Queensland, Australia. It was built from c. to c. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 6 April Location: Cliff Terrace, Macleay Island, City of . These works present a kind of commemorative comment that encourages people to enjoy industrial ruins as spaces of leisure and imagination, as suggested by Edensor () in his book "Industrial Ruins: Space, Aesthetics and Materiality".


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Read.4/5. Industrial Ruins: Space, Aesthetics and Materiality - Tim Edensor - Google Books. Across Western cities, there is an increasing obsession with producing manicured landscapes. Standing in contrast to these aesthetically and socially regulated spaces are the neglected sites of industrial ruins, places on the margin which accommodate transgressive and playful activities.

They blur boundaries between rural and urban, past and present and are intimately tied to memory, desire and a sense of place. Stunningly illustrated throughout, this book celebrates industrial ruins and reveals what they can tell us about ourselves and our past.

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The abiding interest of artists in ruination and decay has led in particular to the concept of the modern ruin—an ambiguous site of artistic and architectural modernism. Standing in contrast to these aesthetically and socially regulated spaces are the neglected sites of industrial ruins, places on the margin which accommodate transgressive and playful activities.

Providing a different aesthetic to the over-designed spaces of the city, ruins evoke an aesthetics of disorder, surprise and sensuality, offering. Tim Edensor has 16 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Tim Edensor’s most popular book is Industrial Ruins: Space, Aesthetics and Materiality. INTRODUCTION: INDUSTRIAL RUINS The quote by Middas Dekkers on the right page. Another type of modern ruins is due to a (natural) summarizes briefly people’s fascination with ruins.

In this short review essay, I assess Alice Mah ’s () book Industrial Ruination, Community and Place. After an overview of the text, I briefly compare it with Tim Edensor’s () influential work, Industrial Ruins: Space, Aesthetics and Materiality.• Industrial Ruins, Urban Exploring, and the Postindustrial Picturesque urban, industrial ruins of the late twentieth century submit to the pictur-esque gaze.

When foregrounding familiar aesthetic qualities of the ruins they explore, urban explorers risk obscuring the material realities of economic decline, joblessness, and urban despair.

More Industrial Ruins Perhaps we should compile a ‘Tourism Guide’ for people wanting to visit industrial ruins. There are certain elements which contribute to good pictures of a derelict site; however, no photograph can really convey the feeling of silent emptiness that one experiences when standing in a vast, abandoned warehouse.

There is something eerie.