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Marko Salapura, Camilo Sandoval

http://markosalapura.com

Cologne, Germany
Camilo Sandoval (Colombia, 1991) Studies: -Undergraduate program Film and TV (Universidad Nacional de Colombia) -Undergraduate program Design (Universidad de los Andes) -Master program Media Arts, exMedia (Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln) Presently based in Cologne. Marko Salapura (Serbia1986) Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade. Master program Media Arts, exMedia (Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln) Presently based in Cologne.

Flows and thermos


When you hit a wall

Flows and thermos


When you hit a wall
Flows and thermos

As the sun moves we move and find shade. We respond to change. But what happens when we hit a wall?
We like to think that we are more advanced than our ancestors. But when we look at vernacular architecture we see architectural ideas that are more responsive to the given climate/terrain. Today we create problems for ourselves. The results we have are visible around us - combinations of legal regulations that try to be universal but are not, market driven spatial models that make sense only on paper, planing that is negotiating long-therm ambitions with short-therm gain and so on.
What is done is done. We have to find more responsive ways of dealing the heritage we have. Our movement/flow has to be put at the top of the agenda. Going from point A to B. Working with existing structures and developing new spatial models that respond to:
Thermodynamics and Social flow.



Flows and thermos


When you hit a wall

Flows and thermos


When you hit a wall
Flows and thermos

As the sun moves we move and find shade. We respond to change. But what happens when we hit a wall?
We like to think that we are more advanced than our ancestors. But when we look at vernacular architecture we see architectural ideas that are more responsive to the given climate/terrain. Today we create problems for ourselves. The results we have are visible around us - combinations of legal regulations that try to be universal but are not, market driven spatial models that make sense only on paper, planing that is negotiating long-therm ambitions with short-therm gain and so on.
What is done is done. We have to find more responsive ways of dealing the heritage we have. Our movement/flow has to be put at the top of the agenda. Going from point A to B. Working with existing structures and developing new spatial models that respond to:
Thermodynamics and Social flow.




Idea by

Marko Salapura, Camilo Sandoval
Cologne
Germany
Camilo Sandoval (Colombia, 1991) Studies: -Undergraduate program Film and TV (Universidad Nacional de Colombia) -Undergraduate program Design (Universidad de los Andes) -Master program Media Arts, exMedia (Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln) Presently based in Cologne. Marko Salapura (Serbia1986) Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade. Master program Media Arts, exMedia (Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln) Presently based in Cologne.