WHO DECIDES ABOUT BEAUTY?                                                        back

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Can you call an environment ugly without implicitly judging the people who live there? Can you make a statement 
that only refers to the architecture? In other words, what directs our aesthetic judgment? A statement about ugliness
sounds a bit like a verdict. This prompted us to look for beauty experiences in the broad sense on the spot.
"What is called beautiful in life, and what is beauty in art, and how do they relate to each other?" That's what is at
stake here. In the residential towers where the demand for beauty was posed, the entanglement between the beautiful
and the ugly is very close. concept and photography: doubleface, livre d'artiste