Monumentality James Heusser Kowoll, Jennifer Jiang, Radoslaw Stanko

Exploring the Spaces Between our Frames


The proliferation and growing sophistication of perceptual modes is increasingly shifting the way we relate. As illusive as space, time, and memory are, our relationships with them are palpably transforming into something that is still unclear. Might the architecture of monumentality be used to express these shifting relationships? But not a monumentality anchored in traditional references, instead one that goes beyond them to anchor itself to its own very core? To be in a blur of space, time, and memory and open up new possibilities for relating with self, other, and between.


A new kind of understanding.


A new kind of monumentality

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