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Fiel, W. ed. 2009. Eckhard Schulze-Fielitz: Metalanguage of Space, Vienna: SpringerWienNewYork.

With this publication a comprehensive overview of the work of the architect and urbanist Eckhard Schulze-Fielitz, born in 1929 in Stettin (today Szczecin, Poland), is presented to a broader audience for the first time.

The exhibition of his first Spatial City model in 1960 marked the beginning of Schulze-Fielitz’s search for a new spatial ordering system. In analogy to a hypothetical model in physics, it consisted of a macromaterial capable of modulations, made up of a small number of elementary particles, and could be extended in all desired directions according to a precise law of composition. The “geometric nucleus” of his Spatial City he called Metaeder.

In 1961 he joined GEAM, Groupe d’Études d’Architecture Mobile. A preoccupation with rapid urban growth and its effects on society, and investigations into the practical application of his urban systems led to concrete proposals for city and housing designs based on adaptable spatial infrastructures, ecological sustainability and the participation of the users.

In addition to his built works, projects, studies and texts, this book also contains contributions from Peter G. Auer, Wolfgang Fiel, Yona Friedman, Rem Koolhaas and Hans Ulrich Obrist.

Mit dieser Publikation wird das Werk des 1929 in Stettin (heute Szczecin, Polen) geborenen Architekten und Urbanisten Eckhard Schulze-Fielitz erstmals einer breiteren Öffentlichkeit zugänglich gemacht.

Was sich spätestens 1960 mit der Präsentation seines ersten Raumstadt-Modells abzuzeichnen begann, war die Suche nach einem räumlichen Ordnungssystem, das – in Anlehnung an ein Denkmodell aus der Physik – aus einer modulationsfähigen Makromaterie von einigen wenigen Elementarteilchen besteht und einem präzisen Bildungsgesetz folgend in alle Richtungen beliebig erweiterbar ist. Den „geometrischen Nukleus“ seiner Raumstadt hat Schulze-Fielitz als Metaeder bezeichnet.

1961 schloss er sich der Groupe d’Études d’Architecture Mobile, GEAM, an. Seine Auseinandersetzung mit dem rapiden Stadtwachstum und dessen gesellschaftlichen Auswirkungen führte zu konkreten Vorschlägen für Stadtplanung und Wohnungsbau auf der Grundlage von anpassungsfähigen Infrastrukturen, ökologischer Nachhaltigkeit und Partizipation der NutzerInnen.

Neben seinen realisierten Bauwerken, Projekten, Studien und Texten, enthält dieses Buch Beiträge von Peter G. Auer, Wolfgang Fiel, Yona Friedman, Rem Koolhaas und Hans Ulrich Obrist.

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Catalogue on the occasion of the e-mobiLArt exhibition at the 2nd Thessaloniki Biennale, featuring:

Berlinger, A., Fiel, W. & Rosenberger, T. 2009. REAL ESTATE. In: Charitos, D. ed. e-mobiLart, European Mobile Lab for Interactive Media Artists. Thessaloniki, State Museum of Contemporary Art, pp. 68-71.

Albada, D., Berlinger, A., Bernstein, J. & Fiel, W. 2009. We love the fish. In: Ibid., pp. 82-85.

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Catalogue on the occasion of the group exhibition Architektur at Künstlerhaus Palais Thurn und Taxis, Bregenz/Austria, 2008.

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Fiel, W. (2008) The Truth of Beginning Anew In: Laboral, Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial (ed.) Homo Ludens Ludens, Gijón, pp.80-83 and pp.215-217.

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Catalogue on the occasion of the group exhibition North-West by South-East at Mala Stanica, National Gallery of Macedonia, Skopje 2007 (bilingual German/English).

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On the occasion of our single exhibition at Bilbao Arte in 2007, a catalogue has been published in English, Spanish and Euskera.

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Belringer, A., Berlinger, A., Fiel, W., iCP, ed. (2007) INWENDIG. Consequence Book Series, Vol. 8. Vienna, SpringerWienNewYork, with an introduction by Peter Auer and an essay by Sarah Kolb.

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With INWENDIG tat ort presents for the first time a comprehensive monographic documentation of their work within the scope of the Consequence Book Series.
The arrangement of the different projects isn´t following any already known principle of classification. Based on a first approximation, links are traced between characteristic elements of the visual language, that couldn´t explicitly rendered visible by means of thematic references nor by sheer chronological order. In consequence the fundamental question is raised for the conceptual expediency of graphic representation and the quest for forms of visual expression allowing structuring according to semantic criteria.

Peter Auer: an_arch, Skizzen zu/r Architektur-Ontologie/n

Sarah Kolb: Living rooms

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Berlinger, A., Fiel, W. (2007) Featured Practice: tat ort. Prinz Eisenbeton. No. 17 June.

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Berlinger, A., Fiel, W. (2007) San Frantzisko. El Mundo. arketypo. No. 08/2007, pp.148-149.

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Fiel, W., Jahrmann, M. (2007) Need a Bot Skin Massage? In: Borries, F.v., Walz, S.P., Böttger, M. eds. Space Time Play. On the Synergy Between Computer Games, Architecture and Urbanism, Birkhäuser Publishing, Basel Boston Berlin.

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Catalogue on the occasion of the EASTinternational 2005 exhibition at Norwich Gallery, Norwich/UK, selected by Gustav Metzger. With an introduction by Lynda Morris. Black and white illustrations of 26 artists, paperback 144 printed pages.

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