float - occupying an existing structure with exploratory sound environments
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Sound as an architectural material. What is the closest I can get to capturing its physical essence? How does sound become space? Through representational experiments an architectural language emerges. This language describes the relationship between sound and the spatial experience it creates; enveloping, surrounding, wrapping, flowing, revealing, curving... These words of «action» inform the geometry of the space. Colors at different opacities are then used to create depth, to sharpen, to blur, to fade, to intensify the presence of sound. Wandering through float is a visual, auditory and bodily experience.