Using Foucault’s theory to analyze the relationship between people, organizations, space, power and boundary
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Keywords

Foucault’s theory
Power
Boundary
Reconstruction

DOI

10.26689/jwa.v5i5.2498

Abstract

This article will use Foucault’s theory to critically consider the relationship between power, people, space and society at the boundary where different powers conflict with each other. Through the analysis of the project “Decolonizing Al Nada,” this article will discuss how relations with those with power and social mentality are reframed at the border through the reconstruction of architecture and space.

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