INFINITE VILLAGE / RE-ADAPTING
Parcours de Sillon
With Cora von Zezschwitz
`Re-Adapting`, is a architectural platform/structure rather than an interactive `social` sculpture. This consciously constructed structure , sitting lone in the landscape, functions as a reminder of inhabitation or a reconstruction of some sort of inhabitation. In it`s rather purist, geometric appearance this structure almost wants to say `back to the basics`and is implementing the importance of a broadened dialogue about sustaining an ecological, social and political equilibrium, concerning our lives in the here and now as well as in the future.
On a more formal level this structure draws attention to the concept of structural transformation, flexiibility and confluence as well as the idea of architecture of additions. Yet this structure can also be interpreted as an understanding of spatiality as a material or as a transmitter of thought.