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Date Created: 09/08/16
Day 4 De Certeau Subjective Plurality How individuals transform and appropriate the dominant forms of production; product relationship o User – consumer/dominated disciplined NEGATIVE o Producer – one who provides, makes/ dominator Looking at networks of interactions. How someone is being disciplined or disciplining. He’s most interested in the tactics of subversion. o Producing texts o Coming in late, ignoring your job, actively challenging the rules o There are degrees of severity o Theory of everyday practices Walking (walk on the grass, ignore the sidewalks) World Trade Center Viewpoint (p. 92) o False understanding of a whole o Icarus flying above these waters o Gaze: secretly watching power hegemonic gaze ‘see, know’ o Not THE city, it’s A city. You’re a user of a city. On The Street Viewpoint (p.93) o There are people who are doing different things differently. o Why is it important to see this view? City as a text; what components down low make up the up high text? People o Mini texts by being on the street, you see more of the whole. o This is the collective. Walker (p. 94) – tactics of subversion o Cities – administrative aka producer Organize and condense; it’s not the user’s space Synchronicity; synchronic time (the now; things happen at the same time) vs. diachronic (through/across time) Materials are not space Stone forms constraints How is walking technologically reproduced (body parts, clothing). 2
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