by Irene Fiordilino
Transitory Architecture is a practice research project that sits in the space between choreography and architecture. The intention is to question whether a different strand of architecture (responsive, disorienting, transitory, and collectively built) combined with a non-hierarchic model of dwelling might foster a change in the perception and cognition of ourselves and of others.
During the workshop I will propose some selected improvisational tasks from my own creative methodology, tending towards the playful and collaborative creation of a group score. Can we uncover the signs we live by, set them into motion, and rewrite our body- space narratives?