Culture is one of the most commonly used words in all languages, however, – what we refer to, when we use it and where its ends are – is oblique.
My principal pursuit is the potential space, where the architecture of culture is; where the link between the individual and the environment can be found; in the space that exists between the inside and the outside.
Kulturkontur is created with a desire to find an alternative path to formal higher education, which do not belong to a single academic discipline, but makes use of the resources of many.
An informal route that draws on a broad perspective of intellectual inquiry. Approaching culture and its contours from distinct viewpoints, it hopes to complement the work of respectable scholars. The roots of the themes discussed here, amongst others, are in the realm of philosophy, literature, anthropology, sociology, urbanism, art, history, architecture and psychoanalysis.
Writing, as a form of learning and checking our own understanding is a matter of importance, regardless which background we come from.