We are composed of matter and live in the midst of matter.Our objective should not be to renounce matter, but to search for a form of matter other than objects. What that form is called-architecture,gardens,technology- is not important.

Anti-Object : Kengo Kuma


“At present, we still need biological brains to provide the cross-referencing and association, but more sophisticated software and faster hardware will increasingly usurp even that function. Net Gain : Richard Dawkins”

How is the Internet Changing the Way You Think?

The Net’s Impact on Our Minds and Future

Edited by John Brockman 2011

"There is no stage at which "man" does not demarcate, beacon or sign his space, leaving traces that are both symbolic and practical."

Lefebvre, The Production of Space,


Against SPACE : Place-Movement-Knowledge

"I wish to argue, in this chapter against the notion of space. Of all the terms we use to describe the world we inhabit, it is the most abstract, the most empty, the most detached from the realities of life and experience."

Tim Ingold

Environments
Land
Earth
Pastures
Country
Ground
Landscape
Indoors
Open
Sky
Air



"Thus we cover the universe with drawings we have lived. These need only to be tonalized on the mode of our inner space."

Gaston Bachelard.
The Poetics of Space.



UK based Visual Artist using drawing and experimental photography to explore issues around embodiment and existential space. Interested in creating spatial charged architectural interventions using glass and ceramics as conductive materials to articulate introspective spaces, surfaces and structures between buildings.



Introduction : Spatiality .
Robert T. Tally Jr.
the New Critical Idiom, Routledge 2013



Beginning as one always does in the middle, in mediis rebus, one experiences a sense of disorientation, a sort of cartographic anxiety or spatial perplexity that appears to be part of our fundamental being-in-the-world. It is an experience not unlike that of Dante, in the opening lines of his Commedia:


Midway along the journey of our life,
I woke to find myself in a dark wood,
for I had wandered off from the straight path.

( Dante 1984 : 67)

As a number of critics and theorists have noted, this bewilderment has increased with the modern and especially postmodern condition.


This latest mutation in space-postmodern hyperspace-has finally succeeded in transcending the capacities of the individual human body to locate itself, to organize its immediate surroundings perceptually, and cognitively to map its position in a mappable external world.

(Fredric Jameson 1991:44)


The Poetics of Space.


The house, from cellar to garret. The significance of the hut.

"He will revive the primitivity and the specificity of the fears. In our civilization, which has the same light everywhere, and puts electricity in its cellars, we no longer go to the cellar carrying a candle. But the unconscious cannot be civilized. It takes a candle when it goes to the cellar."

Gaston Bachelard.



Russell Moreton.
UK based,visual artist working in experimental photography,drawing,ceramics,glass and spatial practices.

https://www.russellmoreton.blogspot.co.uk

https://independent.academia.edu/RussellMoreton


Spatial Practices MA Canterbury
Visual Fine Art BA Winchester
Sculpture and Contemporary Craft NCFE
Ceramics HSND Epsom
  • Frameworks with Enclosures 1 on Flickr.

    Of the mason’s who built them, we can say that they both designed as they drew, and drew as they designed. But their designing, like their drawing, was a process of work, not a project of the mind.

    Tim Ingold ‘Making’

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  • Architectural Interior : Ruined Spaces. on Flickr.

    Waverley Abbey, solarized print.

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  • Kengo Kuma : Anti Object. on Flickr.

    Collage, folder cover.

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  • Folder Cover, The Thinking Hand on Flickr.

    TheThinking Hand: Existential and Embodied Wisdom in Architecture.

    Juhani Pallasmaa

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  • Tim Ingold - To Learn is to Improvise a Movement Along a Way of Life (pa…

    (Source: youtube.com)

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  • Frameworks with Enclosures 12 (Sensing Spaces RA 2014) on Flickr.

    Of the mason’s who built them, we can say that they both designed as they drew, and drew as they designed. But their designing, like their drawing, was a process of work, not a project of the mind.


    Tim Ingold ‘Making’

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