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Architectural Association Interprofessional Studio (AAIS) AAIS is a Post-Graduate Diploma in Spatial Performance and Design. The course functions as an interdisciplinary hub exploring new modes of collaboration with multiple creative professions, such as architecture, dance, music, film and media. Through the open source notion, the genre-defying spatial project-events are created and generated a ripple effect among its participants. The title Flow Fields is coming from the theme of the year: “The gradient states”. With this theme in mind, the project is focused on translating various media into in-between states that characterise the complexity of the professions, yet find common ground among them and carry on to the audiences.

horeography of main performance is C inspired by the history of the Sinel de Cordes Palace

as an elementary school back in 1930s to 2000s, whereas the courtyard was the playground for the children. As the phrase of movements and sounds is populated by the memory of the school, audiences are simultaneously forming new memories of the Palace.

Lisbon Architecture Triennale + DESIGNING AAIS Flow Fields Programme

Touch the Sound

is a continuous flow of happening that is heightened by collaboration with the performers.

+ Design Concept

[ soundscape ]

Visitors experience memories of the Palace or childhood through soundscapes activated by magnets. The sound sources generate interaction amongst the visitors, who then become part of the performance in the courtyard. As pre-recorded sounds highlight the old memory of the courtyard, new memories of the Palace are recreated through reiterations and translations.

Travelling within the Space When the visitors or wind played the vertical fabric on the dorm, the fabric speakers and the magnets on vertical fabric would be activated and the devices would play the sound.

+ Technology *

Embroider a highly conductive thread on the fabric to form a speaker coil. Connect the speaker coil to an amplified sound source. Hold the magnet close to the speaker coil to activate the device for audible sounds.

* // Open Source Hardware // Fabric Speaker by Hannah Perner-Wilson

+ Performance

The dancers put the fabric speaker hats on audience’s head randomly. Subsequently, dancers approach the hat with the magnet to activate the device, and Portuguese children’s song would be played from the hat. The fabric speaker hat plays an object that actuates the interactive, intimate experiences between dancers and audiences, which complete the performance and the design piece with their existences.

[ fabric speaker hat ]

is a wearable accessory that activates and connects the performers with audiences through the prerecorded soundscapes.

“ One of the objects that is the most interactive with the audiences; both dancers and audiences have strong intimate experiences... ”

Renaud Wiser / New Movement Collective


Odense Aqua Center

Type of Work Individual & Group

Advisor Marcel Erminy | MErminy@archmail.tamu.edu

Category Academic

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Elyse Wong portfolio  

2 Pages Design Dossier

Elyse Wong portfolio  

2 Pages Design Dossier

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