Threshold at the Archifest Pavillion

 The project by Wong Chen Han, maps the breathing of a running man and is sited at Chua Chu Kang Cemetry.  

The project by Joan Chua, maps the eurhythmics of a man attempting to cross the road and is sited at a pedestrian crossing. 

The project by Aaron Tan maps the eurhythmics of a man playing badminton and is sited at Pasir Ris Multi-purpose Hall. 

Until the end of the month, the Archifest Pavilion grounds will play host to a selection of concrete structures. Threshold is the outcome of an eight-week atelier conducted at Singapore Polytechnic Design School, for third year students. The student projects probe the dialectics dividing inside and outside. In the course of engaging physical and psychological body-space relations, they exercise rigorously questions, and examine issues of interiority and what constitutes spatiality. The results are ephemeral implementations that are interjected back on the original site where the movement, visual and inhalation patterns were studied.

Images and text courtesy of the SP Design School.



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