A Stroll on the Line

Ethel Baraona Pohl & Léopold Lambert in Conversation

AR The Line. Notes on Politics

Lines are everywhere. Physical or imaginary marks, traces – drawn, inscribed, subtracted, written, spoken, limits, thresholds and connections, modes of thinking. The issue, however, lies in “the ways in which they were understood,” which “depended critically on whether the plain surface was compared to a landscape to be travelled or a space to be colonized, or to the skin of the body or the mirror of the mind,” wrote Marina Lathouri.

For this issue of Architecture Research / Arhitektura, raziskave, the publication of the Faculty of Architecture of the University of Ljubljana, editor Paul O Robinson and guest editor Marina Lathouri, invited Léopold Lambert and Ethel Baraona Pohl to have a conversation about the concept of ‘the line’.

Title: A Stroll on the Line. Ethel Baraona Pohl & Léopold Lambert in Conversation

Date: June 2020

Publisher: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Architecture