WHAT.This research is a study of how certain spaces can catch our attention and trigger our imagination. The research is a compilation of references that impressed me in a spatial way, an analysis of why they did so and a process of getting conclusions out of creating new material.
HOW _ METHODOLOGY. The research is a continuous process of mixing theory and practice. The one feeds the other and enriches my imaginary. By analysing theoretical references, I learn from others and later on I try to apply those concepts in my practice. To do so I work with models, I build scale models that help me to put in relation an object, an observer and the space containing both of them.
HOW TO READ IT. As it is an ongoing research, I think it is very important to be able to trace the timeline of these decisions. Each question has lead me to an experiment or exercise, and each of these have had a conclusion that made me take one path or another. What I know is what I have learned until now, and to understand it, it is necessary to follow the whole process step by step, decision after decision.
So this page is organized as an ongoing curated research process. It starts with the first time I had to frame my research question, in April 2018 and carries on collecting and curating all the experiments and changes in the research process.
Even though it is organized in a way that can be read in cronological order, it is possible also to jump in time by just scrolling down.
On the top horizontal line there are the meaningful references I encountered with and that feed my imaginary.
Scrolling down there are the different experiments I made, one brings to the other. It is possible to read the evolution of one experiment reading it horizonrally.