Working Systems (diagrams)
Three working diagrams that underpin the working process of this collaborative project.
1. A M D
An illustration of the in-flux relationships between architecture, movement and drawing, operating in both constraining and generating modes.
2. Constraining to Generating
In the initial point of occurrence Architecture, Drawing and Movement are each present in a constrained relationship (each one is equivalent to the others). As information is lifted from this initial point the system moves from a constrained relationship to a generative relationship. The generative capacity of the system increases as detail is reduced.
3. A / B
Pay attention to the areas of overlap between two identities. There is a slippery futility to naming and an impossibility to clearly defined boundaries. Our neat labels will always shift and change gradually. Where are the edges of our own body?
This is an ongoing collaboration between Benjamin Forster and contemporary dancer Rhiannon Newton, this project is a series of experiments investigating the relationships between architecture, drawing and movement. This project is currently in development.
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