Creative Practice Research 

Through creative practice research, that is academic research driven by artistic and designerly methods, I practice architecture as a creative tool for figuring ourselves out and constructing ourselves differently. By means of sited experiments, that is 1:1 performances and interventions, I study the reciprocal relationship between (human)organisms  and the (built)environment. Presently, my research departs from an interest in the correspondence between non-Western spatial practices and recent insights in the cognitive sciences that emphasize the empathic-animistic nature of the architectural experience.   

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