Livingscapes is an ongoing research-project - currently consisting of a spatial installation and a performance - in which I explore the process of translation between an architectural content and its forms of representation and realization.
The installation is made of clusters of various paper formats hanging from the ceiling through different ropes. By experimenting with several techniques, the pieces express imaginary architectures, intimate landscapes and systems of spatial representation. I call these ‘Livingscapes’ since they relate with built environments dwelled by imaginary communities and memories of places of my childhood.
The performance 'One night house' is inspired by self-construction and vernacular practices in the architectural world and consists of a construction of a fictional house. This is built together with a few performers/friends by combining different materials, techniques and tools with a DIY approach.