Thursday, July 1, 2010

melted performance and the impermanence of program

I've been studying the diagraming of "program" overlaid with experience for some time. The two images above reflect very different approaches to the diagramming of the CONDITION of temporary, fluctuation, blur, and reconfiguration.

The first is from a series of ink drawings, exploring the capillary effect of both medium and program alteration post-occupancy. Melted ice-cream theory. The second, though more "formalized" reflects a similar idea with more control of the media, while layering on the ides of program redistribution as being an informational entity [utilizing the graphic mis-interpretation of traditional architectural coding as the program representation].

I'm trying to find a scenario for mapping the diagrammatic condition of "program x experience x invention ≠ time".....

more to come....

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