The Architecture of the Shopping Mall Shaped by Racism, Surveillance
The architects who envisioned early shopping malls as common spaces were overwhelmed by the imperatives of exclusion and surveillance in spaces made safe for mass consumption, argues architecture critic Alexandra Lange.
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