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Philip Beesley - Hylozoic Soil, Responsive Environment, 2007

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Uploaded on Feb 16, 2009

Architectural-Robotic Textiles
"the boundary between environment and organism is indeed blurred"

The work of this architect constitutes a vestibule through which we, the visitors, will pass into another space and time, a biometric environment, a reactive space. This transformation occurs as we enter an organic and living system. These quasi-plants all synthetic come to life in the space, retracting, contracting, slackening and opening as we pass, creating in us a sense of both wonderment and anxiety. They trigger an emotional response from visitors, prompting them to question the boundaries between nature and artifice and examine their own organic condition as they interact with technology.
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http://www.philipbeesleyarchitect.com...

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