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Practical theology's future requires "fluency in multiple religious locations and a readiness to engage in conversations with those whose commitments for the 'public good' are not distinctly framed as religious." (Nancy Ramsay)

馃摳 Visitors as the Pantheon closes at the end of the day / Tom Beaudoin, July 2021
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20 hours ago
Practical theologys future requires fluency in multiple religious locations and a readiness to engage in conversations with those whose commitments for the public good are not distinctly framed as religious. (Nancy Ramsay)馃摳 Visitors as the Pantheon closes at the end of the day / Tom Beaudoin, July 2021

As visitors to Rome scaled way back in 2021 due to Covid-19, many monuments, for those who could make it there, historic sites and galleries could be experienced with much fewer people than has become typical. Here is a picture from the Pantheon during July 2021. With fewer people around, a fuller experience of the architecture and artworks is possible. What do you notice about spaces when there are no crowds?

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021
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5 giorni fa
As visitors to Rome scaled way back in 2021 due to Covid-19, many monuments, for those who could make it there, historic sites and galleries could be experienced with much fewer people than has become typical. Here is a picture from the Pantheon during July 2021. With fewer people around, a fuller experience of the architecture and artworks is possible. What do you notice about spaces when there are no crowds?馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021

As a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Pantheon staff created a clockwise path around the circumference of the rotunda. Although crowds were smaller, even the smaller numbers were let through at a more measured pace than in recent years, to avoid too many people too close together. Guards often encouraged people to keep moving. This approach created a specific "itinerary" for movement inside the Pantheon, which is probably somewhat unusual, if not rather rare, in the nearly 2000-year history of the monument. Moreover, visitors could not occupy the center of the floor under the oculus. Those who visited during these times will likely have a different experience than at other times, with both benefits and drawbacks. How have the Covid-19 precautions changed the way people relate to the Pantheon?

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2021
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2 settimane fa
As a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Pantheon staff created a clockwise path around the circumference of the rotunda. Although crowds were smaller, even the smaller numbers were let through at a more measured pace than in recent years, to avoid too many people too close together. Guards often encouraged people to keep moving. This approach created a specific itinerary for movement inside the Pantheon, which is probably somewhat unusual, if not rather rare, in the nearly 2000-year history of the monument. Moreover, visitors could not occupy the center of the floor under the oculus. Those who visited during these times will likely have a different experience than at other times, with both benefits and drawbacks. How have the Covid-19 precautions changed the way people relate to the Pantheon?馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2021

"The ways architecture divides, encloses, discloses, unifies, channels the gaze, and modifies sound are spatial ways of experiencing the religious. Along with textual elements, religious beliefs are saturated with the intersubjective, embodied, sensual, and spatial." --Susan J. Dunlap, _Shelter Theology_, p. 58

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2021
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4 settimane fa
The ways architecture divides, encloses, discloses, unifies, channels the gaze, and modifies sound are spatial ways of experiencing the religious. Along with textual elements, religious beliefs are saturated with the intersubjective, embodied, sensual, and spatial. --Susan J. Dunlap, _Shelter Theology_, p. 58馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2021

What happens in our bodies as we encounter a rich architectural viewscape like this one? How does our somatic response revise, complexify or deepen what we were thinking as we approach the entrance? It is often argued that the richness of this phenomenon is what qualifies certain architecture as sacred.

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2019
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4 settimane fa
What happens in our bodies as we encounter a rich architectural viewscape like this one? How does our somatic response revise, complexify or deepen what we were thinking as we approach the entrance? It is often argued that the richness of this phenomenon is what qualifies certain architecture as sacred.馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2019

An intense circle of light and heat from a sunbeam connecting the dome to the floor and the solar system to flesh can be felt in the body as you pass through the circle.

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021
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1 month ago
An intense circle of light and heat from a sunbeam connecting the dome to the floor and the solar system to flesh can be felt in the body as you pass through the circle. 馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021

On some occasions, this bell has been wheeled into the portico at Mass times to be rung before Mass, and is kept there during Mass to signify to visitors outside that Mass is going on inside. The formal curation of artifacts in the space to portray a particular spiritual significance of the monument is part of what happens at the Pantheon. What do visitors make of the bell? How does it relate to the (built) environment?

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021
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1 month ago
On some occasions, this bell has been wheeled into the portico at Mass times to be rung before Mass, and is kept there during Mass to signify to visitors outside that Mass is going on inside. The formal curation of artifacts in the space to portray a particular spiritual significance of the monument is part of what happens at the Pantheon. What do visitors make of the bell? How does it relate to the (built) environment? 馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021

How does ancient architecture interact with a diverse planetary community, a religiously and nonreligiously pluralistic global world in which there will never be a final consensus about what matters most—but in which we need to share space that forms, informs, and transforms and at the limit even revolutionizes us?

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019
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2 months ago
How does ancient architecture interact with a diverse planetary community, a religiously and nonreligiously pluralistic global world in which there will never be a final consensus about what matters most鈥攂ut in which we need to share space that forms, informs, and transforms and at the limit even revolutionizes us?馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019

One way to understand the meaning of architecture is as a complex interrelationship between the structure of the building, its curators, and those who use it. The entrance scene here shows a distinctive longstanding built environment, testifies to curatorial influence over centuries (the papal inscriptions, the artificial lighting, the information sign) and invites our bodies, as visitors, forward into this environment to be addressed by it and make our own awareness of what is going on.

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019
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2 months ago
One way to understand the meaning of architecture is as a complex interrelationship between the structure of the building, its curators, and those who use it. The entrance scene here shows a distinctive longstanding built environment, testifies to curatorial influence over centuries (the papal inscriptions, the artificial lighting, the information sign) and invites our bodies, as visitors, forward into this environment to be addressed by it and make our own awareness of what is going on. 馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019

While most research focuses on the sunlight inside the Pantheon, the sun also plays upon the exterior of the rotunda, offering new receptions of the architecture, new shades of what the monument can mean. Have you been taken by light on the ancient brick facade of the rotunda?

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019
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2 months ago
While most research focuses on the sunlight inside the Pantheon, the sun also plays upon the exterior of the rotunda, offering new receptions of the architecture, new shades of what the monument can mean. Have you been taken by light on the ancient brick facade of the rotunda?馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019
Casella dei commenti Icone SVGUtilizzato per le icone Mi piace, Condividi, Commento e Reazione

Practical theology's future requires "fluency in multiple religious locations and a readiness to engage in conversations with those whose commitments for the 'public good' are not distinctly framed as religious." (Nancy Ramsay)

馃摳 Visitors as the Pantheon closes at the end of the day / Tom Beaudoin, July 2021
... Vedi altroVedi di meno

20 hours ago
Practical theologys future requires fluency in multiple religious locations and a readiness to engage in conversations with those whose commitments for the public good are not distinctly framed as religious. (Nancy Ramsay)馃摳 Visitors as the Pantheon closes at the end of the day / Tom Beaudoin, July 2021

As visitors to Rome scaled way back in 2021 due to Covid-19, many monuments, for those who could make it there, historic sites and galleries could be experienced with much fewer people than has become typical. Here is a picture from the Pantheon during July 2021. With fewer people around, a fuller experience of the architecture and artworks is possible. What do you notice about spaces when there are no crowds?

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021
... Vedi altroVedi di meno

5 giorni fa
As visitors to Rome scaled way back in 2021 due to Covid-19, many monuments, for those who could make it there, historic sites and galleries could be experienced with much fewer people than has become typical. Here is a picture from the Pantheon during July 2021. With fewer people around, a fuller experience of the architecture and artworks is possible. What do you notice about spaces when there are no crowds?馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021

As a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Pantheon staff created a clockwise path around the circumference of the rotunda. Although crowds were smaller, even the smaller numbers were let through at a more measured pace than in recent years, to avoid too many people too close together. Guards often encouraged people to keep moving. This approach created a specific "itinerary" for movement inside the Pantheon, which is probably somewhat unusual, if not rather rare, in the nearly 2000-year history of the monument. Moreover, visitors could not occupy the center of the floor under the oculus. Those who visited during these times will likely have a different experience than at other times, with both benefits and drawbacks. How have the Covid-19 precautions changed the way people relate to the Pantheon?

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2021
... Vedi altroVedi di meno

2 settimane fa
As a response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Pantheon staff created a clockwise path around the circumference of the rotunda. Although crowds were smaller, even the smaller numbers were let through at a more measured pace than in recent years, to avoid too many people too close together. Guards often encouraged people to keep moving. This approach created a specific itinerary for movement inside the Pantheon, which is probably somewhat unusual, if not rather rare, in the nearly 2000-year history of the monument. Moreover, visitors could not occupy the center of the floor under the oculus. Those who visited during these times will likely have a different experience than at other times, with both benefits and drawbacks. How have the Covid-19 precautions changed the way people relate to the Pantheon?馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2021

"The ways architecture divides, encloses, discloses, unifies, channels the gaze, and modifies sound are spatial ways of experiencing the religious. Along with textual elements, religious beliefs are saturated with the intersubjective, embodied, sensual, and spatial." --Susan J. Dunlap, _Shelter Theology_, p. 58

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2021
... Vedi altroVedi di meno

4 settimane fa
The ways architecture divides, encloses, discloses, unifies, channels the gaze, and modifies sound are spatial ways of experiencing the religious. Along with textual elements, religious beliefs are saturated with the intersubjective, embodied, sensual, and spatial. --Susan J. Dunlap, _Shelter Theology_, p. 58馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2021

What happens in our bodies as we encounter a rich architectural viewscape like this one? How does our somatic response revise, complexify or deepen what we were thinking as we approach the entrance? It is often argued that the richness of this phenomenon is what qualifies certain architecture as sacred.

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2019
... Vedi altroVedi di meno

4 settimane fa
What happens in our bodies as we encounter a rich architectural viewscape like this one? How does our somatic response revise, complexify or deepen what we were thinking as we approach the entrance? It is often argued that the richness of this phenomenon is what qualifies certain architecture as sacred.馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, July 2019

An intense circle of light and heat from a sunbeam connecting the dome to the floor and the solar system to flesh can be felt in the body as you pass through the circle.

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021
... Vedi altroVedi di meno

1 month ago
An intense circle of light and heat from a sunbeam connecting the dome to the floor and the solar system to flesh can be felt in the body as you pass through the circle. 馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021

On some occasions, this bell has been wheeled into the portico at Mass times to be rung before Mass, and is kept there during Mass to signify to visitors outside that Mass is going on inside. The formal curation of artifacts in the space to portray a particular spiritual significance of the monument is part of what happens at the Pantheon. What do visitors make of the bell? How does it relate to the (built) environment?

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021
... Vedi altroVedi di meno

1 month ago
On some occasions, this bell has been wheeled into the portico at Mass times to be rung before Mass, and is kept there during Mass to signify to visitors outside that Mass is going on inside. The formal curation of artifacts in the space to portray a particular spiritual significance of the monument is part of what happens at the Pantheon. What do visitors make of the bell? How does it relate to the (built) environment? 馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2021

How does ancient architecture interact with a diverse planetary community, a religiously and nonreligiously pluralistic global world in which there will never be a final consensus about what matters most—but in which we need to share space that forms, informs, and transforms and at the limit even revolutionizes us?

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019
... Vedi altroVedi di meno

2 months ago
How does ancient architecture interact with a diverse planetary community, a religiously and nonreligiously pluralistic global world in which there will never be a final consensus about what matters most鈥攂ut in which we need to share space that forms, informs, and transforms and at the limit even revolutionizes us?馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019

One way to understand the meaning of architecture is as a complex interrelationship between the structure of the building, its curators, and those who use it. The entrance scene here shows a distinctive longstanding built environment, testifies to curatorial influence over centuries (the papal inscriptions, the artificial lighting, the information sign) and invites our bodies, as visitors, forward into this environment to be addressed by it and make our own awareness of what is going on.

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019
... Vedi altroVedi di meno

2 months ago
One way to understand the meaning of architecture is as a complex interrelationship between the structure of the building, its curators, and those who use it. The entrance scene here shows a distinctive longstanding built environment, testifies to curatorial influence over centuries (the papal inscriptions, the artificial lighting, the information sign) and invites our bodies, as visitors, forward into this environment to be addressed by it and make our own awareness of what is going on. 馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019

While most research focuses on the sunlight inside the Pantheon, the sun also plays upon the exterior of the rotunda, offering new receptions of the architecture, new shades of what the monument can mean. Have you been taken by light on the ancient brick facade of the rotunda?

馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019
... Vedi altroVedi di meno

2 months ago
While most research focuses on the sunlight inside the Pantheon, the sun also plays upon the exterior of the rotunda, offering new receptions of the architecture, new shades of what the monument can mean. Have you been taken by light on the ancient brick facade of the rotunda?馃摳 Tom Beaudoin, 2019

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