discoveries and next direction
I discovered that learning from failure is the most important way of determining the next level of creative inquiry.
For example, while working with the words “Love” and “Hate”, it was apparent that thick materials do not allow clarity of shapes since the angle of natural light can change.
For One Day Poem Pavilion, the duration of text projections are specifically controlled.
While working with experimental methodology, designers are not focused on final deliverables or concrete results, but rather seek unexpected outcomes.
This methodology is a valuable and open-ended learning process in which the outcomes can be shared among designers.
To demonstrate the concept of communicating narrative messages emotionally and organically in space, I decided to design and construct a human-scale pavilion which will contain and reveal a poem using natural light and shadow. The poem will begin after sunrise and finish before sunset. The site-specific, time-based, and transitory design results in a poetic experience.