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penny lane

of other species

how do you perceive? how do i perceive? how do we perceive?

I will be another being in another space. Be in the world that they inhabit I will touch taste and feel how and what they feel I want to seek the hidden, the unknown to create a relationship through writing to take you on a journey.To capture a moment in order to be able to share it with you. I want to write the places through memory and sense. I have so much to share with you, so many hidden, unknown private spaces. I am brinmming with experiences.

“ a more active and inherently spatial role, one which includes the optic but which is not driven solely by the visual and which involves both interpretation and performance.”

how does penny lane feel about us inhabiting her space?

”critism JANE

over sensitive scrutiny of space to reinforce my continued interest in not only humans who obviously occupy public space, but the other beings… Cats, dogs, insects and perhaps even ghosts. The idea that a single choice, step forward or backward could maybe not effect fellow humans, but maybe a group of something else. how do other beings view the world? the initial stimulus combined with the beings previous experiences form a new experience, but how the initial experience is percieved can differ completely between species.

I am a creature of the mud, not the sky. I am a biologist who has always found edification in the amazing abilities of slime to hold things in touch and to lubricate passages for living beings and their parts” – When species meet, Donna Haraway.

TO view the world with wide eyes. to view the world with other eyes. to notice, feel and experience others spaces with a hyper awareness. The locality will not be important.

the curation of embodied experiences

embod o t h s p e c and

ying e r i e s places

always

has

RENDEL,

another

space

SITE

in

mind.” WRITING.

I want to tell you about my space.. but then how can I be critical whilst still telling you the space I want to? there is a continuous exploration of how to communicate these experiences in an interactive means

The space in which we live, which draws us out of ourselves, in which the erosion of our lives. our time and our history occurs, the space that claws and gnaws at us, is also, in itself, a heterogeneous space. In other words, we do not live in a kind of void, inside of which we could place individuals and things. We do not live inside a void that could be colored with diverse shades of light, we live inside a set of relations that delineates sites which are irreducible to one another and absolutely not superimposable on one another. Michel

Foucault.

Of

Other

Spaces

(1967)

let me take you to other spaces, who knows where we will go or who we will be.

in order to be able to design we need to understand how we as creatures embody a space. How every change or move effects everything and how spaces we embody all overlap. we are in a constant heterotopia. which ultimately forms our experiences.

how do YOU provide a space through writing? how do I build an architecture through words? how do WE tell our spaces?


combining seeing into

the

my space

being

imaginative embodied now.

a series of stories from Berlin, Melbourne, Paris, London, sydney and wismar.Shown through the architecture of photographs and writing.

postcards


stalking tours with hannah

the flaneur project with nick

so much to tell you.

in 1839 it was considered elegant to take a tortoise out walking loon nick hannah

collaborative thought

Of other Species Presentation Panels  

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