Thinkers revisit INTRA SPACE, an artistic research project that experiments with the substances, constructions, and manifestations of our bodies.
INTRA! INTRA! calls a variety of thinkers to revisit INTRA SPACE, an artistic research project that experiments with the substances, constructions, and manifestations of our bodies in the unchartered architectural waters of the near future. INTRA SPACE is a spatial, biological, technical, and conceptual infrastructure for shared encounters with Carla, Dame (maybe Vivienne), Bob, Old Man and friends. INTRA SPACE is an experimental zone, set up to explore diaphanous relations between engineered virtual figures, humans, technical equipment, and machines.
Lingering between cameras, eyes, screens, mirrors, and images of selves, this book is full of movement and flicker, of decreation, of dwelling at the periphery of someone else's vision, of resolutions beyond the eye/I. Strange encounters act as springboards to unforeseen turns and perspectives. INTRA SPACE is the subject of this book, opening an arena for the companions and guests who walked in and out of this space in conversation with us.
Christina Jauernik works with Wolfgang Tschapeller ZT GmbH and is artistic researcher with the INTRA SPACE team under Tschapeller's direction.
Wolfgang Tschapeller is an architect working in Vienna. He has taught as a visiting professor at Cornell University; the University of Art and Design in Linz, Austria; and the State University of New York in Buffalo, as well as other academic institutions. Since 2005, Wolfgang Tschapeller has been Professor of Architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and as of 2012 the Head of the Institute of Art and Architecture.