Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Relational Architecture
This chapter describes architecture as a fluid and expansive spatial network with a history; however, participatory networks acknowledge the existing forces of social, economic, and political fields, affecting people’s spatial situations. It cites Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s “relational architecture” as an example, wherein it promotes interaction between real and virtual structures encompassing different timeframes. It then reveals that dependencies create a network of people helping each other to feel the sense of belongingness.
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