By J. Burian
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14] For quoted text in translation see Susan Buck-Morss, The Dialectics of Seeing: Walter Benjamin and the Arcades Project (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1990), p. 114. See also, Susan Buck-Morrs, “Benjamin's Passagen-Werk: Redeeming Mass Culture for the Revolution,” New German Critique 29 (1983): 211-240.  Republic IX, 592.  Carl O. Sauer, “The Morphology of Landscape,” University of California Publications in Geography 2 (1925):19-53. J. Withers, “Place and the ‘Spatial Turn’ in Geography and in History,” Journal of the History of Ideas 70(2009): 637-658.
The fluid is related to the unexpected, uncertainty, contingencies. Fluidity and uncertainty go hand in hand, and uncertainty is seen as a “danger” to planning (Sandercock, 2003) as well as to planning politics (Flyvbjerg, 1991). While flexibility may be an advantage, it also means a lack of certainty, such as for investors, changing the rules of the game through the process, etc. Uncertainty may lead to manipulation, holding back vital information, and distrust; this situation characterizes many contemporary urban development processes.
The Dockland case is also an example of a fixed, limited place with a clear identity that becomes something else through the re-facing of the city to the water (Dovey, 2005:2). More interesting, however, is fluid space understood as non-regulated space, freezones, liminal space, and border-zones. Border-zones (the area on both sides of a national border) are spaces in which cultural identities are blurred. Some borders are fluid, multiple, intersecting, and not fixed (Aure, 2011: 174), while others are highly controlled and regulated.
Advances in Spatial Planning by J. Burian