A Conversation Between the Artistic Research of Dizziness and Somatic Architecture
This open conversation brings artistic, theoretical, architectural and practice-based approaches to the field of dizziness. Proposing the liminal state of dizziness as the suspension of relation, communication and understanding of the self and/or the world, it explicates the concept of dizziness, giving examples from artistic and architectural practice. The authors discuss the impact of dizziness, its possible navigation, and the role Somatic Architecture could play therein. Disorientation and alternative orientation modalities require speculative tools for different environments, socio-political conceptions and bodies able to develop synergistically and in somatic coalescence.
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