“What does it mean to occupy an object? Through embodying, imagining, or trying on an agency that is outside of one’s own subjectivity, one may begin to see something that does not stand in clear relief at the outset. This method of search belies an anthropocentric position and looks for fissures, openings, and dissonances. An embrace of the indeterminate, however, is not simply a form of romanticized vagueness. Rather, it is a tacit acknowledgment that, as Antonio Negri suggests, ‘Nothing is ever completely occupied, full, without holes, without cracks.'”
*Photo: Design Futures Lab exhibition, “Projects: 12/13,” Leonard Pearlstein Galley, URBN Annex. July 2013. Katie McHUGH, “[SIT] Sculpted Interactive Terrain” (foreground).