Happy Potties and Other Alternative Narratives
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In the texts of law, we can find innumerable attempts to grapple with the definition of space both generally (the limits of public and private spaces) and in the specific history and contemporary context of the Experience Economy (questions of parodic intent and urban representation). At least in the case of US judicial opinion, these attempts result from particular provocations of traditional normative understandings and expectations of space and spatial behavior. Between design manifestation and everyday inhabitation is a space of negotiation where law (and lawsuit) become the spatio-textual tools of negotiation. But law, of course, is only one such tool available to the everyday dweller. Other textual tools exist to negotiate the ambiguous public/private landscape either where law does not help, or is inflexible in its dealings with ambiguity.