Quote of the Day

Historically, the terms “modernity” and “modernism” have been casually conflated, a semantic abuse that Fynn is well aware of. He is, conversely, very deliberate with his terminology: where modernism “implies some degree of celebration of our times and the processes through which we build and define our environments, habitats and products,” modernity, he says, is the enactment and subsequent confluence of those developments. “Modernism and modernity reflect the cultures and technologies we live with and create a powerful visual landscape, for better or for worse.” - from "What Life Is Like In One Of The World's Fastest Growing Cities"