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64 65 Robert Venturi had taught city In his urban-design classic, Learning from Las Vegas, planners the significance of the urban ugly, not as a quality to be subjected to acceptance or rejection, but as an urban feature from which one can learn to produce a successful city-form. Venturi’s observations of Las Vegas are mainly those of an automobile driver. In similar vein Sartre’s Nausea should be seen as a secular guide to walking. The authenticity of human experience, described in the short excerpt from Nausea, could never have taken place other than through the simple act of walking.
Hillier, 2007:65) Fluidity and flows in the social science literature are primarily used as metaphors. ” Such fluid notions are necessary to capture the multiple transformations of collective representations in which “collective relations are no longer societal and structural” (Urry, 2003: 59). Another body of literature is that of Appadurai and others who argue for the metaphors of flow, uncertainty, and chaos (1996). Deleuxe and Guattari use the term “bodies in a vortex” (1986). White characterize the social world as being constituted of disorderly and sticky “gels and goos” (1992).
The Dockland case is also an example of a fixed, limited place with a clear identity that becomes something else through the re-facing of the city to the water (Dovey, 2005:2). More interesting, however, is fluid space understood as non-regulated space, freezones, liminal space, and border-zones. Border-zones (the area on both sides of a national border) are spaces in which cultural identities are blurred. Some borders are fluid, multiple, intersecting, and not fixed (Aure, 2011: 174), while others are highly controlled and regulated.