Joji Fukunaga, Cary: MANIAC (2018)
Leisure in Constants: A LIFE OF LEISURE (2019)
Leisure in Constants: THE CITY OF PURE LEISURE, DRYDOCKS (2019)
Leisure in Constants: THE CITY OF PURE LEISURE (2019)
Origin : Middle English from Old French leisir, based on latin licere “be allowed”
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY: origin (2019)
RUDENS, PETER PAUL; BRUEGHEL, JAN THE ELDER: THE GARDEN OF EDEN WITH THE FALL OF MEN (1617)
Chaubin, Frédéric: Druzhba Holiday Centre (2011)
For we are busy that we may have leisure, and make war that we may live in peace.
ARISTOTLE (350 BC): THE NICOMACHEAN ETHICS (350)
Aarons, Slim: Poolside party (1970)
HOLLEIN, HANS: MOBILE OFFICE (1969)
PLAYBOY MAGAZINE: Connected with the world (1968)
PERRIAND, CHARLOTTE: INVENTING A NEW WORLD (1929)
Vitali, Massimo: Landscape with figures (2011)
Google Earth: Unprocessed Ortho-photo (2019)
“But glory’ doesn’t mean ‘a nice knock-down argument,’” Alice objected.
“When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean---neither more nor less.”
“The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.”
“The question is,” said Humpty Dumpty, “Which is to be master---that’s all.”
CAROLL, LEWIS: ALICE THROUGH A LOOKING GLASS (1871)
Today, leisure is the space in which people develop their lifestyle as well as order-dimensions for their everyday lifes. It’s the space in which they want to accomplish themselves.
AKADEMISCHER VERLAG, SPEKTRUM: LEXIKON DER PSYCHOLOGIE (2000)
Leisure is discovered when the opportunity to freely choose how one will live, appart from work and other subsistence activities, is realised.
Car, Neil: RE-THINKING THE RELATION BETWEEN LEISURE AND FREEDOM (2016)
Heterotopias are real plaxes - places that do extist and that are formed in the very founding of society. Places of this kind are outside of all places, even though it may be possible to indicate their location in reality.
FOUCAULT, MICHEL: OF OTHER SPACES: UTOPIAS AND HETEROTOPIAS (1984)
MACLEAN, ALEX: HOTELS POOLS MIAMI BEACH (2008)
ROUND, CHRIS: CRUISE (2016)
VITALI, MASSIMO: DE HAAN KISS (2001)
Work in leisure. Leisure in work.
Leisure in Constants: Work in leisure. Leisure in work. (2019)
Aarons, slim: desert house parts (1970)
Aarons, Slim: Palm beach society (1968)
Leisure in Constants: Canalside Leisure (2019)
OMIDI, MARYAM: HOLIDAYS IN SOVIET SANATORIUM (2017)
RODIN, auguste: DER DENKER (1882)
BROWN, LANCELOT: LANDSCHAFTSGARDEN (1745)
CHANDLER, ARTHUR: EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE DE PARIS (1987)
FABLER, LUCAS: TIVOLI PARK COPENHAGEN (2018)
EMTRONAPS: ENERGYPOD, CHAIR DESIGNED FOR NAPPING IN THE WORK PLACE (2007)
Leisure in Constants: Emancipating Leisure (2019)
Ad-hoc structures that people create around themselves to establish an illu-sion of privacy and domestic space, such structures can be as simple as a beach towel amoug hundreds.
JUDAH, HETTIE: THE SPACES: MASSIMO VITALLI CAPTURES THE ARCHITECTURE OF LEISURE (2018)
DALLEGRET, FRANÇOIS: PALAIS METRO (1967)
MACLEAN, ALEX: LES ETATS-UNIS VUS DU CIEL (2014)
MACLEAN, ALEX: TENNIS COURT SURFACES (2010)
MACLEAN, ALEX: LINKS AND BUNKERS (2005)
MALIN, GRAY: FROM ABOVE :beaches (2015)
MACLEAN, ALEX: MOTORCYCLE RACING ON BLACK ICE (1989)
One does not need to study Galbraith; personal experience is sufficient to show that, in our economy, there is little place for leisure rooted in freedom.
J. BREGHA, FRANCIS: RECREATION AND LEISURE (1980)
JEUNET, JEAN-PIERRE: LE FABULEUX DESTIN D’AMÉLIE POULAIN (2001)
MENDES, SAM: REVOLUTIONARY ROAD (2008)
Leisure has one and only criterion, and that is the condition of perceived freedom. To leisure implies being engaged in an activity as a free agent, and of one’s own choice.