Included drawings directly on the walls of the gallery, architectural process-models and proposals for architectural spaces that involve ideas concerning ways to cross body-environment boundaries, installation of designs based on Wilhelm Riech’s designs for the Orgone accumulator and images taken using 1.100 scale architectural model people.
An exhibition of the results of a five day workshop, 'Architecture and Vitality' held at the Ptarmigan project space. The workshops from which the art was produced took place on November 30, 2011 - December 04, 2011 daily. The goal of this workshop was to experiment with ways in which environmental surroundings might affect our sense of vitality. Situating ourselves in the Ptarmigan Tallinn project spaces, we explored a range of different ways to inhabit, modify and imagine environments, and the production of vitality through architectural means. A range of activities will be involved in a developmental process that will unfold across five days of intensive investigations with various materials, movements and models. The workshop was offered in conjunction with Aalto University School of Art and Design but also included the general public.
Artistic contributors to the exhibition include curators Keane, Ednie-Brown and Elliot, as well as workshop participants.
Field of Research
199999 Studies in Creative Arts and Writing not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
970119 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of the Creative Arts and Writing