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Notes on Trumpspace
In the wake of the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, considerable ink was spilled on the architecture and interior design of the buildings owned and inhabited by Donald J. Trump. Commentators remarked on everything from the president’s fastidious taste in window dressings to the exaggerated floor counts boasted by many Trump-branded towers. Notes on Trumpspace investigates the relationship between the built environment, late capitalist fantasy, and national identity, and examines the influence of this era’s most notorious peddler of high-end real estate on current and future understandings of home and dwelling. David Markus is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Expository Writing Program at New York University. His interdisciplinary writing focuses on representations of dwelling and domesticity in late-capitalist contexts, social practices in contemporary art, and the conflict between intimacy and artistic ambition in twentieth-century literature, art, and film.
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