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Visible and invisible Line (between thing and thing, and its event) and space without any technologies (without devices), is it an open space? or an intervention? or an interactive space? or a performative space? or participatory space?

In-situ

 

Spatiality

Site-specific

A collaboration with an architect (an architect collective m.a.l.v.) Hans-Gerd Rudat in Berlin 

On environment at , on and/or in a place:

 

 

 

 

Communication

The exploring of visible space and invisible space at a location in Berlin its spatiality

Artistic medium in a virtual space: a website online (picture, text, sound, video)

A virutal space

Installation

A real space

The research question in this artistic research is

Information desgin

Keywords: Projection, Reflection, Communication, Urban space, Virtual space, Work in Progress, Decentralization

How?

 

What?

 

For whom?

Informational spatiality

Work in progress

Hypothesis: Traditional building materials are environmentally friendly in housing.

What about durability and repair?, Work process, techniques?, and their cost?

Problems with high-rise construction in the countries that are in the tropics:


An example city is Tokyo, Japan.

The amount of energy used by air conditioning equipment and the amount of heat of its exhaust, heat radiation by asphalt, etc, etc, there are unlimited problems.



From April to June 2020, 200 people died from heat stroke in Tokyo Japan

Collective creating an environment in which we can live on our own spontaneously, not automatically.

Phenomenological

Toward a theory of assemblages by Gilles Deleuze

Artistic intervention as an aesthetic act with line(s), color(s), shape, and their dynamic which is not for an automatic life in the everyday.

Closeness, nearness, proximity and distance, the topics for emotional, spatial and social relationships between people in the social (urban) and private spaces. 

How have been changing our lives with keeping the 1.5-meter intervals of measures (distance), since the spread of corona infection?

 

"As Hegel wrote: `This is what constitutes the character of mechanism, namely, that whatever relation obtains between the things combined, this relation is extraneous to them that does not concern their nature at all, and even if it is accompained by a semblane of unity it remains nothing more than composition, mexture, aggregation, and the like.´2

   Thus, in this conception wholes possess an intextricable unity in which there is strict reciprocal determination between parts. This vision of organismic theory is much harder to eliminate because it is not just a matter of rejecting an old won-out image and because its impact on sociology goes beyond functionalism.


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  It is clear that assemblage theory, in which assemblages can be component parts of other assemblages (leading to internal organization behind nonlinear and catalytic causality), and in which assemblages are always the product of recurrent processes yielding populations (involving statistical causality), can accommodate these complex forms of causal productivity."


("Assemblages against Totalities", A new philosophy of society, Manuel De Landa, New York: Continuum, 2006)

 

Space in the social field and Space as an imaginary social field

We live in an environment that is in nature (on Earth in Universum), even if we live in the countryside, we are living in the industrial social system, which is so-called designed economically and automatically more than creativity. The social system and its social context are the difference between the future vision (future is always "working in progress, before the happening, and what will be happened for the next naturally, we can never know.) and the historical model, such as Telecommunication, Post-colonial new Globalization, Network, etc.

Therefore, I have two questions, 

  • Do we need to learn the co-existence with nature by the new technology? or rather with humans and the machine and its mechanism through the new technology?, as well as in the context of Anthropocene or in post-humanism? or to arise something new collectivity? 
  • What does the future design mean for? For the new economical dynamic? or For the way of thinking in life and lifestyle?

What is 'imaginary'?

A work of art:

Großer Fuß, Yoshimi Hashimoto, Skulptur

 

Yoshimi Hashimoto, "Großer Fuß", Skulptur, 1977, gelber Sandstein, 1,60 x 2,90 x 8 m, Teil der „Straße des Friedens“, St. Wendel, Symposionsgelände.

The imaginary of the work of art "Großer Fuß" by Yoshimi Hashimoto works in the subject of 'hinterlassen', simultaneously, it gives us the perspective from near to far. 

In the perspective of near, maybe we can find and/or perceive the history of stone individually and spontaneously, and its change of things. And in the perspective of far, maybe we can find and/or perceive 'things' individually and spontaneously, which I/we haven't seen yet.

We don't see from "Großer Fuß",  whose foot is it, a male's or a female's? a young's or an old's? or?


Visible and invisible spatiality