An experimental architecture / for human and birds exchanges / with healthy benefits & robotic fab / ecosophy+anthroposophy. . . .
What could happen, what must . . . , in this ascendant vehicle, in the snowy whiteness, without perspective and devoid of sight, on a rickety mountain train? . . .
. . . It’ s about . . . to produce a shelter which produces a movie and the movie at the origin of a shelter / . . . as a Siamese twin interlaced production, between narration and topology, able to cross fabrication expertise and knowledge to create the condition of a passage, for a navigation between allusive realism and speculative fiction. . . .
*photo: Lab M4 (MindMachineMakingMyths) . . . / Bangkok, “Although in Hapnea.”
The barrier of Schengen was since a long time considered as a fortress. We did not remember exactly when this fence became for European citizen their own jail . . . inverting the preliminary reason of its constitution, to protect them against the world . . . Now it appears to be the revenge of an historical illusion. . . .
“Terra Insola” with François ROCHE, Ezio BLASETTI, Stephan HENRICH, Camille LACADÉE, Danielle WILLEMS, Lydia KALLIPOLITI, & Andreas THEODORIDIS
8 DEC. 2012
Event / evening / for the release of Log 25
“Beauty Bar,” 6:30-8PM / 231 E 14th St
New York / ID Card for over 21 (bar and manicure)/
François Roche, Guest Editor,
and Lydia Kallipoliti, Roland Snooks, Ezio Blasetti, Camille Lacadée, Leopold Lambert, Michael Young, Ed Keller, Pedro Gadanho, Karl Chu, Winka Dubbeldam, and some unexpected guests . . .
z’ SHELL-ter, a workshop which is SHELL-tering a reading room. Open to Architecture students and led by François Roche, Ezio Blasetti, and Stefan Henrich (with Camille Lacadée & Jasmine Dürr). “Housed in the Study Circle Library, our design studio will be informed by readings, enquiries, interviews, and film-making. Switching between computation and hand/machine labour, we will develop and build an outdoor landscape-pavilion (20 m2) for reading books (indoor) of the library and performing arts (outdoor), from an on-going procedural experimentation with the local material, laterite – red porous soil, rich in iron and aluminium oxides, formed by decaying rocks weathered by tropical heat and centuries of heavy rain -directly extracted from the site.”
Application deadline: 04.15