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Christos Voutichtis / Jonas Aaron Rehm

Studio URMA

http://www.studio-urma.com

Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Studio URMA - By Artis/Architect Christos Voutichtis and Literary Theorist Jonas Aaron Rehm Christos Voutichtis Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach am Main, Schlossstraße 31, 63065 Offenbach/M info@studio-urma.com Jonas Aaron Rehm Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Theodor-W.-Adorno-Platz 1, 60323 Frankfurt am Main jonas.rehm@gmx.de

Moving and Space forming Objects


(The Perfomativity of the Space)

Moving and Space forming Objects


(The Perfomativity of the Space)
STUDIO URMA blur set boundaries with moving and space forming objects

"Moving and Space forming Objects" (the Perfomativity of the Space) as architectonic space concept which is interpreted artistically, trying to overcome the contradiction between ambiguity and precision. The concept comes to realization through a specific link, inspired by existing literary texts such as "Fatal Strategies" or "The Singular Objects of Architecture" by Jean Baudrillard, "Thousand Plateaus" by Deleuze and Guattari, or "Technics and Time" by Bernard Stiegler.

The text as a constructive and creative element becomes effective, with the associated constraints and consequences upon it, as it manifests itself through the design process. That does not mean, however, that the space resulting from it is automatically special. This space has to be found and generated.



We already live in a society, so it seems, which has distanced itself from the old models of thinking. Our society is already building itself a different reality, a parallel existence. A reality in which gender, age, identity lose their materiality and their existing dimensions, and physical forces become irrelevant.

Referencing Jean Baudrillard's essay “Architecture: Truth or Radicalism?”(1999)Voutichtis
Ask What happens when the non-palpable becomes palpable? What happens when architecture refutes its own rules?”
He sees his own constantly self- reinventing spaces as both anarchic and as “the only chance of saving architecture from death

Moving and Space forming Objects


(The Perfomativity of the Space)

Moving and Space forming Objects


(The Perfomativity of the Space)
STUDIO URMA blur set boundaries with moving and space forming objects

"Moving and Space forming Objects" (the Perfomativity of the Space) as architectonic space concept which is interpreted artistically, trying to overcome the contradiction between ambiguity and precision. The concept comes to realization through a specific link, inspired by existing literary texts such as "Fatal Strategies" or "The Singular Objects of Architecture" by Jean Baudrillard, "Thousand Plateaus" by Deleuze and Guattari, or "Technics and Time" by Bernard Stiegler.

The text as a constructive and creative element becomes effective, with the associated constraints and consequences upon it, as it manifests itself through the design process. That does not mean, however, that the space resulting from it is automatically special. This space has to be found and generated.



We already live in a society, so it seems, which has distanced itself from the old models of thinking. Our society is already building itself a different reality, a parallel existence. A reality in which gender, age, identity lose their materiality and their existing dimensions, and physical forces become irrelevant.

Referencing Jean Baudrillard's essay “Architecture: Truth or Radicalism?”(1999)Voutichtis
Ask What happens when the non-palpable becomes palpable? What happens when architecture refutes its own rules?”
He sees his own constantly self- reinventing spaces as both anarchic and as “the only chance of saving architecture from death


Idea by

Christos Voutichtis / Jonas Aaron Rehm
Studio URMA
Frankfurt am Main
Germany
Studio URMA - By Artis/Architect Christos Voutichtis and Literary Theorist Jonas Aaron Rehm Christos Voutichtis Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach am Main, Schlossstraße 31, 63065 Offenbach/M info@studio-urma.com Jonas Aaron Rehm Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Theodor-W.-Adorno-Platz 1, 60323 Frankfurt am Main jonas.rehm@gmx.de