‘The Bachelor’s Landscape’ by Adam Casey

‘The Bachelor’s Landscape’ by Adam Casey /// Details from 3rd-year project completed at the University of Nottingham, 2010

“A printing system for the exhibition of entropy and change within the motion across the landscape, which was inspired by phenomenological expressions of enclosure and described through Duchamp’s ‘Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, Even’ as an analogy and spatial configuration for an architecture that deals with motion, light, and density. The system extracts motion from the landscape and theatrically translates it into a performance of Duchamp’s Bachelors. Using the analogy of the human-machine which Duchamp explores, I present a series of deconstructed ready-made mechanical structures that manipulate the configuration of my architectural press, provoking a phenomenological experience of shifting boundaries.


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