institution, techno, Detroit, underground
"The institution, in physical form, requires spatial and visual separation to replace its socio-economic history in the urban and physical landscape. An Institute for Detroit Techno will test this assertion through the establishment of techno music as an autonomous art form and the manipulation of the physical context of the project through collage and situating the project along the freeway, which is an autonomous spatial condition within the city."
Heasley, Peter, "Autonomy in the Institution: An Institute for Detroit Techno and Rave Culture" (2001). Architecture Senior Theses. 148.
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