Camps: A Guide to 21st-Century Space

Camps A Guide to st Century Space The meaning and function of camps from Scout Jamborees and RV Clubs to FEMA trailers and GTMO What is a camp In August television news showed viewers an estimated Katrina evacuees camped

  • Title: Camps: A Guide to 21st-Century Space
  • Author: Charlie Hailey
  • ISBN: 9780262512879
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • The meaning and function of camps, from Scout Jamborees and RV Clubs to FEMA trailers and GTMO.What is a camp In August 2005, television news showed viewers an estimated 20,000 Katrina evacuees camped out in the Superdome, Cindy Sheehan protesting the Iraq War on President Bush s doorstep in Camp Casey, Texas, and Israeli and Palestinian young people at the Seeds of PeaThe meaning and function of camps, from Scout Jamborees and RV Clubs to FEMA trailers and GTMO.What is a camp In August 2005, television news showed viewers an estimated 20,000 Katrina evacuees camped out in the Superdome, Cindy Sheehan protesting the Iraq War on President Bush s doorstep in Camp Casey, Texas, and Israeli and Palestinian young people at the Seeds of Peace Camp in Maine discussing the evacuation of settlement camps in the Gaza Strip Meanwhile, off camera, summer campers all over America packed up their gear, preparing to depart Scout camps, computer camps, and sports camps, and millions of recreational vehicles owners were on the road, permanent itinerant campers In Camps, Charlie Hailey examines the space and idea of camp as a defining dimension of 21st century life.The ubiquity and diversity of camps calls for a guidebook This is what Hailey offers, but it is no ordinary one Not only does he establish a typology of camps, but he also embeds within his narrative a key to camp ideology Thus we see how camp spaces are informed by politics and transform the ways we think about and make built environments Hailey describes camps of diverse regions, purposes, and forms, and navigates the inherent paradoxes of zones that are neither temporary nor permanent camps of choice, including summer camps, protest camps, drift camps research stations on Arctic ice floes , and LTVA Long Term Visitor Area Camps strategic camps regulated by power boot camps, GTMO the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay , immigrant camps, and others and transient spaces of relief and assistance, among them refugee camps, FEMA City, work camps, and Gypsy camps More than 150 diagrams, sketches, building and site plans, photographs, political cartoons, video game screenshots, aerial and satellite images, and maps illustrate camp space in unprecedented complexity and variety.Today camps are at the center of emerging questions of identity, residency, safety, and mobility Camp spaces register the struggles, emergencies, and possibilities of global existence as no other space does.

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    • Camps: a guide to 21st Century Space by Charley Hailey is a global survey, indeed a ‘field-guide’ to all constructs that include a camping element. Hailey who is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Florida, develops a taxonomy of camping that sorts camps according to autonomy, control, or necessity. For example, a queue camp, a hacker camp or a protest camp are autonomous. Refugee, immigrant or terrorists camps are organized around ‘control’. Examples of camps of [...]


    • As school ends, camp approaches. Whether the kids love 'em or hate 'em, parents need the structured time. And the potholders. Charlie Hailey, an assistant professor of architecture at the University of Florida's School of Architecture, has written a wonderful guidebook to camp architecture. Entitled "Camps: A Guide to 21st Century Space," the book is premised on the simple idea that camps define the temporary landscapes of twenty-first century globalization and moblization. Meanwhile, the "camp" [...]


    • i liked this more for the format, the listing of the types of camps and putting them into three categories (control, necessity, autonomy) than any of the actual written descriptions. also, the book itself is kind of beautiful, open stitching with the title printed on parts of the spines of the signatures


    • Found this beautiful, engrossing book at the High Desert Test Site, a fabulous gallery-artthinktank-gathering space in Joshua Tree, CA. This is the book I didn't know I was looking for.


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