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Imperceptible Cities: Concept City, Remote Cities, Nature and Music

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Outline Italo Calvino & The Invisible Cities Your Views? Examples of the Invisible Cities Other Kinds of Invisible Cities The Music Garden Conclusion ?

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Italo Calvino One of the world\'s premier postmodern creators; Calvino is recorded close by Philip Johnson\'s AT&T building, Disneyland, Monthey Python, Max Headroom, and Donald Bartheleme as the most noticeable "symbols" of postmodernism (Pilz)

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Structure of Invisible Cities

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Different Kinds Cities and memory. Urban communities and yearning. Urban communities and signs. Slim urban areas. Exchanging urban areas Cities and eyes. Urban areas and names. Urban communities and the dead Cities and the sky. Consistent urban areas. Concealed urban communities.

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Outline of our Reading Marco Polo\'s discussion to Kubla Khan 1. The imperceptible won\'t die; Description of urban areas with motions and dialect; the head\'s reactions 2. The past is constantly in front of us; somewhere else is a negative mirror From signals to words and back to motion; the utilization of hush 3. Urban areas are made of longings and fears.

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Outline of our Reading Your perspectives? 1. Urban communities and memory. 1. –Diomira – past satisfaction; Cities and memory. 2. – Isidora – past longing; Cities and memory. 3. – Zaira – past associations; Cities and memory. 4. – Zora – depicted point by point, unaffected till it vanishes; 2. Urban communities and memory. 5. –Maurilla – a postcard city 1. Urban areas and craving. 1. –Dorothea – 2 methods for depicting a city Cities and craving. 2. – Anastasia –describing the city versus full experience Cities and yearning. 3. – Despina - 2 impression of a city 2. Urban areas and craving. 4. –Fedora - with a mental city which transforms into an exhibition hall; 1, Cities and signs. 1. – Tamara – discretionary signs Cities and signs. 2. – Zirma – The city is excess, so is our memory, since they are redundant. 2 Cities and signs. 3. –Zoe – a city which is a blend of capacities. 1. Flimsy urban areas. 1. – Isaura – a city of wells  two religions; ( 東石鄉 ; Venice?) 2. Slender urban communities. 2. –Zenobia – a city of stages, overhang and stepping stools; not upbeat or miserable, but rather one producing wishes. 2. Exchanging urban communities. 1. – Euphemia – where traders meet; to purchase and offer, additionally to recount stories.

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Patterns of the Invisible Cities City, memory and the past Desires are recollections. Urban communities contain our yearnings. Polo p. 28 – we know more about our past as we advance. A city\'s past – pp. 10-11 The Concept City versus the Lived City – Dorothea: p. 9; Also city versus desert Anastasia: p. 12 portraying a city and craving in it; City and Desires – Two points of view. P.17 – Cities are framed by their alternate extremes and goals.

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Patterns of the Invisible Cities Human developments Religion Buildings – Isidora p. 8; Human Languages Signs – discretionary (Are there any which are not signs?) Gestures and Signs

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Invisible Cities II: Distant Cities Diomira p. 1:  City and Memory: Byzantium underneath Istanbul Isidora  City and Arts: Carpentry at 古川 (a town in a mountain) Anastasia p. 12  City and Desire/Arts: Kite Festival at Lahore City and Signs/Postcards

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Kite Festival at Lahore Basant, the celebration that denote the begin of spring; Kite with "string covered by hand in an uncooked substance which is impregnated with pummeled glass" ( http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hello/world/south_asia/2750193.stm )

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The Music Garden What do you think? General Design Efforts – Arts, Business and Politics Music, Nature and Urban Space

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Bach & Garden Plan Suite#1 I – Prelude II – Allemande III - Courante, IV – Sarabande, V - Menuet I , VI - Gigue Bk 5

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Toronto Music Garden From Boston\'s City Hall Plaza to Toronto\'s Harbor Front

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Prelude : An undulating stream scape with bends and curves. Reaction to the earth Bk 3

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Allemande : A woods forest of meandering trails. Unique arrangement: Bk 7; balanced in the new arrangement Bk 14

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Courante : A whirling way through a wildflower glade. Bk 11

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Sarabande : A conifer woods fit as a fiddle of a circular segment

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Sarabande : a writer\'s corner the greenhouse\'s centerpiece is a tremendous stone that goes about as a phase for readings, and holds a little pool with water that mirrors the sky. Bk 13

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Menuette : A formal bloom parterre. Gigue : Giant grass steps that move you down to the outside world. Bk 8; 12

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Efforts – Arts, Business and Politics

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Efforts – Arts, Business and Politics Different worries of the Boston government: clamor, cash (to privatize the space to expand more monetary premium), tourism, security To increase money related backing: to "back rub" the corporate influence. Bks 10; 6

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Music, Nature and Urban Space Ma " s expectation: to make a space for music without dividers.  shouldn\'t something be said about movement? (e.g. Bk 16)

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Music, Nature and Urban Space Julie Messervy: To shape nature in basic structures (Bk 2) The film " s: Bk 9, 15

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Minuette: formal move Hand-made with elaborate steel, a round structure is intended to sanctuary little musical outfits or move bunches.

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Music and Nature: The Gigue or "jog" is an English move, whose cheerful, romping music is translated here as a progression of goliath grass steps that offer perspectives onto the harbor.

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Conclusion? A city can be differently characterized, envisioned, sought for, and associated with the past. Idea City does not simply have a place with the city organizers. We additionally have our ideas in the utilization of signs, recollections and through our wishes and endeavors in development.

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Reference Pilz, Kerstin. " Reconceptualising thought and space: mazes and urban areas in Calvino\'s fictions." Italica , Summer 2003 v80 i2 p229(15) http://www.juliemoirmesservy.com/pro.htm Toronto Music Garden Photo Gallery - Inspired by Bach: Yo Ma http://www.nakayoshi.org/musicgarden/Loraine Hunter http://www.garden-time.com/magazine/03september/article_gotw.php

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