Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Openings and Conclusions : Site Specificity/Installation

On the horizon, then, at the furthest edge of the possible, it is a matter of producing the space of the human species-the collective (generic) work of the species-on the model of what used to be called "art" ; indeed, it is still so called, but art no longer has any meaning at the level of an "object" isolated by and for the individual.

Henri Lefebvre, Openings and Conclusions.
On Installation and Site Specificity (introduction) Erika Suderburg

Collage on paper,written fragments and images from Peter Greenaway, Josef Albers and Robin Evans.

Photo montage of The Physical Self (Greenaway) and Waverley Abbey UK.
Visual research as part of The Waverley Project/Obscura and Reading Room.

TheThinking Hand: Existential and Embodied Wisdom in Architecture.
Juhani Pallasmaa

Frameworks with Enclosures

Of the mason's who built them, we can say that they both designed as they drew, and drew as they designed. But their designing, like their drawing, was a process of work, not a  project of the mind.


Tim Ingold 'Making'