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2005 03 30
Architecture Parallax : The Blind Architect
imageThe blind architect takes the idea of vision out of its habitual context and assembles the situation in critical ways to make you see them with other eyes.

Sighted people cannot function well in low lighting conditions and are generally completely helpless in total darkness. Their homes are usually very brightly lit at great expense, as are businesses that cater to the sighted consumer.

The theoretical measured space is the distance between what you are expected to see and what you are actually seeing.

“To understand architecture you must collide with it.”
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