Wanderlust


Reciprocity by Christopher Gruber

The composition of any space, and thus its environment, is altered from the moment one starts to interact with it. This symbiotic relationship, whether perceived or not, transforms our senses and connects our bodies to the morphology of the surrounding architecture. Our devices explore these changes, from the clearly visible to those imperceptible without a device. These changes also influence passers-by, so that they also become involved in the experiment of the peripatetic studio, whether they know it or not. The distance between the spaces we create can be expanded and contracted through our peripatetic behaviour at any point in space and time. This mobility in attributes offers an endless variation of outcomes. After all, everything is a matter of cause and effect.
Moving through the academy possible collisions create collaborations. We may also decide to return into our private spaces, choosing to drift apart and occupy any other corner within the threshold of the academy. Visual and digital connections pull us together, allowing them to remain hidden from others if we so choose, while the connection itself remains intact.

A joint project by Burak Genc & Elisabeth Fölsche & Christopher Gruber

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Wanderlust


Reciprocity by Christopher Gruber

Reciprocity by Christopher Gruber
Materials: rescue blanket,gasmask, steel,wood, latex, electronic parts, silicontube
In this device, the relationships between the body, the device and their surroundings are driven to their
limits. The Respiratio, an integrated breathing mechanism, activates “clouds” in the extended spine.