Bringing Life to the Spaces Between
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What design opportunities are there in the spaces between?
Recognizing a correlation with the in-between moments with keyframes in animation and non-/undefined spaces in architecture- could lead to some provocative questions for new areas to design in. However, is it just for designers? Does everyone need to be a hacker? Maybe or maybe not. What is missing from your argument is a catalog of in- betweens that exist within architecture and animation. Are they small alleys? Animation Cells that can only be seen ith 1/10 of a second? Or are the vitrual? You start to have top down overview what they can be. Yet your thesis for this paper can really benefit from you identifying a more specfic set of groups, things, objects or etc.
That is when we as readers of your paper can understand and say: “Ok, I never thought of looking at a small hallway or the scratch marks in a old Steamboat Willie cartoon to have so much potential. Could you take the typologies you identified and create scenarios of how they would synthesize? How can you describe this in writing? Could it be a fictional story? And from that story develop a logic that is believable because it so enthralling and captivating as a story?
Or simply just look at one or two typologies that fit within your criteria of these new opportunities and just milk stories out of them? And could those stories be related to the questions that you have regarding the current state of designers only design for the page, the mundane input and output of so-called interactive architecture?
I recommend the following:
It’s great anthology of animation in both picture and physical forms- you can even argue these were the first hackers because so many of these artists had make a lie become reality through some type of storytelling.
Also Ellen Lupton’s Lecture at the Walker:
This talks about the current gripes that designers have in a really fun lecture
These are precedents for those in-between questions you have regarding architecture:
Also, your questions with communication+media and new opportunities possibly with hybridizing architecture has been in architectural though and theory for the last 50 years: here are some examples
Meet the Nelsons:
Denise Scott Brown:
heres the link for the Ellen Lupton Lecture:
[...] understand the benefit of doing more writing at the beginning, but for me sketches and diagrams tend to act as an extension of writing and it’s hard for me to think about things without [...]
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