"The materiality of urban space can be understood in all kinds of ways - as processual, relational and transductive. Yet… they do not preclude holding on to a sense of the ‘thing-ness’ of everyday urban life. Indeed, it is perhaps precisely in the movement between questions of the processual and relational and the powers of things that material ecologies of urban life can be apprehended"
— Alan Latham and Derek P McCormack (2009) Thinking with images in non-representational cities: vignettes from Berlin. Area 41(3), p.254 (via geogthoughts)
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