Karin Ferrari

Rooftop Temples Of New York City

Karin Ferrari’s morphology of capitalist architecture unveils New York City’s rooftops as hidden links between the urban and the celestial.

Defying what existing architectural theory tells us, this dazzling visual analysis of New York City reintroduces the world’s most famous skyscrapers as platforms for otherworldly activity between the sacred and the profane, the vernacular and the commercial.

Featuring a text by Bernhard Garnicnig, a Researcher at the Institute of Experimental Design and Media Cultures (IXDM) in Austria, and co-founder of the Bregenz Biennale.

English and German text.

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