Arnoldas Stramskas

PhD candidate at the Department of Philosophy and Social Critique, Vyautas Magnus University, Lithuania. Focus on contemporary political philosophy with an emphasis on micropolitics and minor spaces.

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Articles by Arnoldas Stramskas

  1. Longing for order the post-Soviet architectural discourse in Lithuania

    Lithuanian architecture of the past 25 years is a mirror of social decomposition is here argued. It is suggested that is should serve as a space for engagement with outcomes of this decomposition instead of glossing over it. Further that architecture and architects might contribute to the dissensus in all spheres of life existing today, or might cultivate fantasies about the social unity and spirituality of their art-craft.

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