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The Human Scanners are using the contemplation of space through the human body in exploring architecture to pose fundamental questions about the design and organisation of space. We seek a new, engaged role for architecture as a pragmatic, intellectual discipline, whose primary function is not just to provide shape, but to interpret the fundamental laws that govern dynamic reality.
We dismantle our body in sensory units and connect to space through individual senses. We put them back together and expose ourselves to the city with the newly established spatial awareness. This embodied knowledge integrates qualities, which cannot be found on any map or a plan.
The Human Scanners show broad and deep understanding that the complexity of issues in future architecture mandate an approach that transcends the theoretic and academic with a significant, tangible act within space, and that the solution to all architectural problems is not necessarily to be found in a new building.