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AM: Art + Media
Besides representing a border dividing interior and exterior spaces, one of the primary functions of the facade is communication. What used to be inscribed in stone, concrete, wood or glass, is now communicated via digital media, which became an integral part of architecture in the information society we live in today. Even though this research includes an investigation of media-supported facades as architectural elements, a much broader discourse oriented toward relational aesthetics in urbandoi:10.25038/am.v0i12.173 fatcat:ymlwisdu3nbcxgnvfe2vdpspjy