From the Official Catalog of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition:
“Elements of architecture looks at the fundamentals of our buildings, used by any architect, anywhere, anytime: the window, the facade, the balcony, the corridor, the fireplace, the toilet, the stair, the escalator, the elevator, the ramp…”
Architecture is a strange mixture of obstinate persistence and constant flux. Just as science has recently shown that all of us carry “inner” Neanderthal genes, each element, too carries long strands of junk DNA that dates from time immemorial…”
If you are a masochist that gets off on lit-crit and art-crit and their writers’ habit of appropriating words from physics and biology without paying any attention to their meaning, you can read further gems from the catalog here.