Contract notice: prefiguration
mission and programming of a dry port at the oyapock bridge
Christian tradition has always interpreted this as a kind of prefiguration
of the Holy Eucharist, which Christ instituted in order to nourish His followers spirituality.
The trust acquired two paintings by Ivor Davies (born 1935), Caethni, a 1996 oil on canvas, in 1999 and Prefiguration
- Eryr, a 1956-61 mixed-media work on hessian, in 2009.
The fracturing, layering and repetition created a resonance that might be said to replicate loosely the New Testament, as it links us back to its prefiguration
in the Old, while also inviting a reflective drift into contemporary cultural sensibilities.
Whether or not this co-operative relationship continues or fractures will have interesting implications for anarchist theory on prefiguration
We turn now to the concept of prefiguration
as a way of addressing the need for organic work in the development of education projects that, while critical of oppressive systems, respect the hopes, dreams, and cultural knowledge of students.
translates to a future imagined by a group, and the authors think that makerspaces can play a part in that future.
The first part describes how construction introduces prefiguration
as a means of reconfiguring the spatialities and temporalities of urban politics.
L'idee de sa creation remonte a 2005 et s'est concretisee des 2006 par l'ouverture du centre de prefiguration
de la rue Leon.
ESL a entre autres realise l'importante etude de prefiguration
de la COP22 et coordonne la presence du Maroc a la COP21.
"Just as Moses lifted up the serpent in the desert, so must the Son of Man be lifted up," a prefiguration
of his healing mankind of sin.
The idea is to give us a sudden extra blast of sound, although the device - with its prefiguration
of the showbizzy antics of 1940s swing bands - also has a visual dimension that adds to the dense tapestry of popular cultural references that characterise the symphonies of Mahler.