dinsdag 1 maart 2011


SerraGlia - Mute Spaces

"The quality of space is critical for living: humans are able to adapt to a great diversity of climates, environments and, especially nowadays, even to ugliness. The aim of this ongoing project is to show silent spaces in Helsinki made by “mute” architecture. These images introduce an alternative way of perception which is placed between photographic language (typical for built architecture), and digitally created images (typical for unbuilt architecture). This intermediate language, between reality and image, shows new ways how the city can be perceiving in a way that people notice things they didn’t before: hopefully the city may be seen with new-critical eyes..." (txt: SerraGlia)


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