Vangelis Zavos: The Acropolis Museum (2015)
Sedentary in Constants: Common Ground (2019)
Sedentary in Constants: Rizapolis Zoom (2019)
Sedentary in Constants: Rizapolis (2019)
Rizapolis - a city in constant desire for connections and depth. It grows into the earth but functions bottom up. Its smallest unit, the individual is the carrier of the entire system. Its structure is the incarnation of the social order and represents the governing power of the common.
Its pattern of growth may seem chaotic, but it follows the path chosen by the linkage and is the direct consequence of its inside. Interdependencies, overlaps and negotiations are omnipresent and essential for its progress.
Sedentary in Constants: Statement (2019)
Lichtenegger, Erwin: Solanum Tuberosum (2009)
Descartes, René: Cartesian coordinate system (1637)
Unknown: Timgad, Cardus Maximus, Decumanus Maximus (100)
Koch, Hubert Josef: Patent Unterlegscheibe für Schrauben (1991)
sedentary (adj.): French sédentaire from Classical Latin sedentarius from sedens, present participle of sedere, to sit.
Webster's New World College Dictionary: Definition of Sedentary (2014)
Kwong Chi, Tseng: Lincoln Memorial (1981)
Loos, Adolf; Loos, Lina: Bedroom (1903)
Mendieta, Ana: Untitled from the Silueta series (1977)
Schinkel, Friedrich: Schloss Charlottenhof Caldarium (1826)
Unknown: Telephone Tower Stockholm (1890)
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
Aristotle: Metaphysics (350)
Giblett RICHARD: mycelium rhizome (2009)
von Hildebrandt, Johann Lukas: Oberes Belvedere, Sala Terrena (1731)
Carsten, Sitte: Dubai (2018)
Chris, Burden: Exposing the foundation of the museum (1988)
Sedentary space is striated, by walls, enclosures, and roads between enclosures, while nomad space is smooth, marked only by “traits” that are effaced and displaced with the trajectory.