The author deals with the rhizome concept in art, design and architecture pointing to the fact that these disciplines are a combination of esthetic, psychological and political differences which are constantly exposed to complex interactions. The rhyzome concept fits into the Postmodern where all dots connect, where there is no more growth and everything relates to anything. The division into reality (of the world), the representation (books) and the subjectivity (author) no longer exists. The idea of the rhizoma connects with the Rem Koolhaas’s narrative on the modern city of Junkspace, which is compared to a postmodern airport space, refering to its architectural and spatial features.
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