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'Plenums: Rethinking Matter, Geometry and Subjectivity', in Material Matters, ed. Katie Lloyd-Thomas, Routledge, 2006. This chapter examines the construction of matter, space and the subject in Leibniz’s philosophical figure, the ‘plenum’. It argues that architectural practice and events are made up of continuously changing events, spaces and relationships between people and the built environment. The chapter explains how Leibniz’s figure is a series of dynamic spatio-temporal events that are constituted by continuously differentiating material and psychic embodiments, and presents three architectural ‘plenums’ to illustrate this argument: the architectural drawing, the family and the modern art museum.
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