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Introduction

  • Cathy Turner
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Part of the New Dramaturgies book series (ND)

Abstract

In commencing his quest for an ‘Architecture of Enjoyment’, philosopher and sociologist Henri Lefebvre declares that: ‘To discover the place of enjoyment, we must enter the dream because the real has betrayed joy’ (Lefebvre 2014 [1973]: 32). While Lefebvre’s imaginary voyage by magic carpet does not reveal a single example of such an architecture, he holds to the possibility of ‘inroads’ and ‘incursion’ into the real, ‘by means of the imagination, which can put an end to the pseudoblockage of thought, the paralysis of initiatives’ (Lefebvre 2014 [1973]: 55).

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