ALPHABET by Tomaso Boano & Jonas Prišmontas

Melting into nature with the body of geometry

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“字母”是一系列小微人造景观装置,初衷在于调查人造物与自然景观之间的相互作用。作品采用了建筑结构,留白,以及光带三个或抽象或实体的要素组成景观,旨在讨论人与自然,几何形状与结构,自然与人工光源之间的模糊边界。整个作品有一套类似数学函数和逻辑命题的基本公里系统,这个系统能够支持作品多变的组装形势。这个开放的系统具有规则,当拒绝思想框架,其适用于建筑,图像,音乐等领域。同时这个开放的系统公立平和,支持人们引发各自的猜想,并与所在环境互通,与人文情怀发生关联,以几何之驱融于自然。

ALPHABET - View 01

Alphabet is a series of minimal landscapes. Is an installation which investigates the interplay between human intervention and natural landscape. This installation provides a minimal set of architectural axioms, namely: a structure, its absence, a strip of light. These three compositional elements interact together on a domain; the landscape.

Alphabet aims to explore a flimsy blurred boundary between humans and nature, geometry and structure, natural and artificial light. Like mathematical functions and logic propositions, Alphabet’s architectural axioms recreate a basic formal system in which infinite string variations can be assembled.

 

ALPHABET - Concept

 

Any compositional exercise needs some rules and a backup theory to refer to. This applies to music, graphics, architecture etc. Rules are the bones supporting a thinking frame that can be approved or rejected, but to which we have to relate. Alphabet assigns each axiom some grades of spatial movements and a set of compositional rules. Whilst compositional rules depend on design intentions and can be varied, spatial rules depend on natural forces such as gravity and physics and cannot be avoided.

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ALPHABET - View 02

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In linguistics an “alphabet” is a standard set of symbols to which we assign meanings. The step that raises a graphic symbol into a semantic unit isn’t immediate nor univocal. In fact, it depends on the human capacity to recognise patterns and give interpretations. This system is left open and unresolved, because this is how we think aesthetic systems should function. Each observer is left capable of giving his personal interpretation about the installation. Each compositional string is created in communion with the landscape setting where it takes place, where human feelings, geometry and nature blend together in an indefinite ode.

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