MAPPING INHABITED SPACES

Par Hibiki Masaki, 05/06/18


Mapping Inhabited Spaces : a choreography of infinite movements


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            House 3 existes because we see and experience it.


    As we walk through the intricate forest of intertwined projects, we smell the fresh wood, hear the squeaking whispers and feel the gentle tremors beneath our feet. Venturing further into the complex maze, a beckoning light welcomes us into the central void, where fellow wanderers, gazing up and down with mouths open, reunite.


    Imagine House 3 without its inhabitants: no mouvement, no sound, no life. Can we still call it a House without anybody to acknowledge its presence?


    Just like how Einstein's theory of relativity denies the definability of space without reference to the space and time of an observer, our House 3 can not be defined without its observer. In other words, space is defined by how people react and interact within it and how its occupants flow in and out, sit, walk, run, going upwards, downwards, in rows or in circles.


    This is the objective of the Mapping Inhabited Spaces Project. We took the performances given by each studio as an accumulation of mouvement data in the House 3 to study how we inhabit the protostructure. Thus we attempt to comprehend in more depth as to what kind of space House 3 provides us with.




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