Different actors also negotiate the historicity of anti-tank obstacles through their different aesthetic practices.
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Artistic-aesthetic forms of expression and history in the public sphere are more or less interlinked in more or less obvious ways.
Architecture doesn’t in themselves represent specific worldviews. The immanent significance of stones, bricks and mortar is regarded as being negligible to nonexistent. Public History and bricks.
Television antiques shows in which individuals have historical objects that they own examined and valued by experts in order to subsequently put them up for sale are currently a big tren …
At different times and on different continents, humans have had varying amounts of material possessions. These disparities can only be partially explained with reference to “poverty” or “lack of technology”.