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Exodus - Rem Koolhaas

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Mark Smurk Eros El Bruto

on 14 March 2013

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Transcript of Exodus - Rem Koolhaas

Exodus Or the voluntary prisoners of architecture Once, a city was divided in two parts. One part became the Good Half, the other part the Bad Half. The inhabitants of the Bad Half began to flock to the good part of the divided city, rapidly swelling into an urban exodus. If this situation had been allowed to continue forever, the population of the Good Half would have doubled, while the Bad Half would have turned into a ghost town. After all attempts to interrupt this undesirable migration had failed, the authorities of the bad part made desperate and savage use of architecture: they built a wall around the good part of the city, making it completely inaccessible to their subjects. The Wall was a masterpiece. Rem Koolhaas, Madelon Vriesendorp, Elia Zenghelis and Zoe Zenghelis "It is possible to image a mirror image of this devastating Architecture"
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