Day 4 Build reflections

Fragments of what was done today:

The stage was finished as the last boards were place on the grid.  The final dance of swinging your legs 600mm over 600mm across the bracing to fix the cross members.  Scaffolding was erected and the yellow rope was used to hoist heavy cross braces to negotiable positions.  A questions of pausing to reconsider intentional actions lasted but a fleeting moment as the sun shifted position and the rain threatened.  Ephemeral architecture is always a measure of time.

Sympathetic actions were gestured at the pond where preparations for a vertical motion were put in place to create a web of conversations about architecture.

Images to come…………


About mayacochrane

Maya Cochrane is interested in exploring the ephemeral and transitory aspects of daily life. These explorations take the form of photo documentation, instillation, collaborative work, writing, drawing and modeling. Formally trained in Architecture at the University of Manitoba followed by the Bartlett School of Architecture, Maya's philosophy is to operate between the thresholds of Architecture, Art, Instillation, Interaction & Design. Currently Maya is working in an Architecture practice and in her spare time is exploring the meditative practice of drawing and doodling at scales of 100mm square to 100cm square. Zentangle art.

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