The landscape of Everyplace?

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Working on a model of Everyplace, in which my fragments are on ‘peaks’, and will be seen if the model will potentially be covered with sand.

-in this landscape the fragments have location and scale (as opposed to being scaleless and location-less in the rest of the project).

-the landscape should have some ambiguity to it – read as either landscape or manmade, either inhabited or uninhabited – maybe like the fragments themselves which are between object and architecture.

-the fragments are quite literally inseparable now – they form together a space.

-it is a continuous and endless (concrete?) junkspace / landscape where potentially all monuments can be discovered (echoing the obsession of Borges with the notion of infinity from the seminar today, as evident in the short story Aleph).

Production:

Thinking it will require different methods (hopefully could be sprayed in the same colour to seem continuous?)

-Kubrick (on the right of print screen) – stacks from laser cut mdf?

-Barragan – maybe blue foam

-House VI – TBD

-will need to add the white cube (the elongated element) and Aldo Rossi (the round element)

some references:

Giant’s causeway, Northern Ireland

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Libeskind Micromegalwblog-line23

The Greenhouses of Almeriazv1pwmfs96vjblintcit

Salt mines in Perufixedw_large_4x

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