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Arts in the Alps and the value of exploring the wider context of your research

In 2017, I took part in Arts in the Alps, a week long doctoral research school organised by the Maison de la création at the Université Grenoble Alpes. The call for participation caught my attention because it related to my … Continue reading

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Mémoires d’espaces

Juhani Pallasmaa – Retinal Architecture and the Loss of Plasticity ‘The architecture of our time is turning into the retinal art of the eye. Architecture at large has become an art of the printed image fixed by the hurried eye … Continue reading

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Olafur Eliasson – playing with space and light

I discovered Olafur Eliasson’s work when I went to Tate Modern to see the Weather project. It was such an amazing and unforgetable experience. In this video he very eloquently explores the ideas behind some of his projects.

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The Design Dimension BBC

In each episode of ‘The Design Dimension’ charts a different aspect of our relationship to design – desire, damage, choice and, finally, truth. Desire explores sensory aspects of our environments, notably its olfactive characteristics. Episode 1 – Design and Desire

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Anthony Gormley ‘Model’ White Cube Gallery

Perceptual system data recording Anthony Gormley ‘Model’ White Cube Gallery, Bermondsey, London. 02/01/13 Based on J. J. Gibson perceptual system and Joyce Malmar and Frank Vodvarka ‘Sensory Design’ Duration of the visit: 45 minutes in the main installation’s gallery space … Continue reading

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