Thursday, 29 March 2012

the space forming thought.

source sounds from 

9 talbot square 1


source of though in 9 talbot square

'What about architectural spaces, are different kinds of architectural space associated with
different emotional states? Bachelard has spoken of topo-analysis, the space of the poetic
imagination and the importance of particular kinds of spaces to reverie and day dreaming,
such as stairs, shells, cabinets. Most obviously we have the cave, a place of security and
shelter which we can enter and be protected by. But places of refuge can also be prisons if you can’t get out and castles if you can’t get in. And then there are threshold spaces – windows, walls, doors, screens – architectures of the boundary between inside and outside, between inner and outer world.' 3



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1: Sound recording the space for thinking; 9 Talbot Square. Audio response to the space by Sinead Bligh. Please click on link to play the track.
2:View looking up from 9 Talbot Square, the shape of the space.
3: Jane Rendell, Déjà vu: real and imagined space in the work of Cristina Iglesias, Whitechapel Gallery, London, April 2003.
4: Written response to the space by Sinead Bligh.
5:Visual response to the space by Rowan Richardson, over time the tape plans peeled from the wall, the space reclaiming back its previous territory, giving us only our duration.
6/7:Visual response to the space by Joanne MacFadyen which intertwined the space and the collaborating interactions, creating its own narrative.

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