Absorption and Space Reddening in the Galaxy as Shown by the by Stebbins J.

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5 City strategists assumed that it would be possible to re-establish governance and improve the neighbourhood through a combination of individual home ownership and urban spatial design innovations. For instance, one of the problems identified with Manenberg’s flats was that gangsters had open access through the courtyards. Barriers were subsequently built around existing courtyards and new houses in order to limit access to outsiders. It will be shown that the planners’ over-emphasis on physical form and spatial design did not take into account the structural dimensions of the political economy of gang violence.

These parts of Cape Town have indeed been incorporated into a representation of Cape Town as a globally competitive, multicultural city driven by the tourism 31 Ⅺ Planning Fictions ■ industry and the IT and financial service sectors. There are, however, at least two other sides to Cape Town. The one side is the ‘fortress city’ of middle-class neighbourhoods characterised by gated communities, neighbourhood watches, vigilantes, private security companies, surveillance cameras, high walls and barbed-wire fences.

Through which theoretical and critical lenses is he doing this ‘looking’? Or can it simply be put down to a form of brave artistic voyeurism into what historian Shamil Jeppie terms ‘the dangerous, the unspeakable, in the post-apartheid city’ (Jeppie 2004:17)? 4), the lines of planned intention in the city are evident against the lives of the people who inhabit the space. As in much of Lurie’s recent work, the images are juxtaposed against the distant view of Table Mountain, which is somehow out of reach, a symbol of the unattainable on the horizon.

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