dérive N° 40/41 (Okt - Dez / 2010)
1. The contemporary European landscape looks like an enormous kaleidoscope
The city, nature and cultivated areas of the countryside are no longer able to occupy wide open areas without compromising each other and without generating that series of mutual annexations and crossovers, which over the last 30 years have completely transformed the image of a landscape divided into big homogenous sections.
The urban sphere has expanded, pushed by industrial decentralisation and the search for land …