Thursday, July 6th, 2006
There are a few new links to note on the sidebar. Ctitical Spatial Practice and an older newer link the Project for Public Spaces. Some of these will be moved into a new category as I nodularize this area of thinking, which is pretty darned vast. I’ve been gearing up to the broad subject of human geography and ecology for many years and for considerations on the relationship between screen space, architecture, designed contexts, and narrative. Time to move with this.
One issue that keeps coming up in the above regard is the notion that objects can be mapped as elements of story in time and space. Objects as perforations, as projecting surfaces. Objects as extensions. Creation as shaping a thing into, onto, and around space. Creation as extension. Of many kinds of extension and disturbance. There’s an aesthetic here.