Message - Re: Itīs just forms

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Posted by  Per Corell on January 06, 2003 at 01:20:14:

In Reply to:  Itīs just forms posted by Raphael Rodrigues on January 05, 2003 at 15:10:45:

Now I already had the beating about being ignorant, still when projecting is based on a mental process the material of your mind will be vision and tools . Now it shuld be architects who envision the progress ,but whenever anything happen it is not the vision alone that point the direction as when a new material or method become avaible this feed the artists visions, as the materials and methode in architecture particular, must be the language of the arist.
As you can't use what you don't know, your tools to project your vision will be the means avaible, ---- Then acording to architectural trends, it seem that the trend is ; "we want progress and somthing new and visionary, --- but this new and visionary must be somthing we understand, somthing we know already ".
Am I right .
Space reside within your mind ,the artist must use a material and a method to express the vision or whatever the artist must do to speak a language in colors ,words, or forms . Maby expression is not any part of the space you discuss, but from my point of view, expantion or harvesting new ground is as important as creating space ,as if this space is crowded with "somthing we already know" ,the most important dimension in the space you point to is not there.

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