Why you shouldn’t call it “Fred and Ginger” « Clio’s Calendar: Daily Musings on Architectural History

Eloquent and smart as always, Clio muses on the aesthetic fact, little appreciated, that our judgements depend on cognition (ie, a pair of dancing figures).

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“… how interesting it is that people crave an identity for buildings, and will make great leaps of association if the building does not look like a building.  When buildings are abstracted forms, people tend to make up stuff …

via June 22: why you shouldn’t call it “Fred and Ginger” « Clio’s Calendar: Daily Musings on Architectural History.

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