Field gallery

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The following Master's Degree Project explores design responses that complement the innate dynamism of the urban condition by 'acilitating indeterminate futures and the emergence of m1cropolitical events. Particular attention is given to the immixing of social capital. Operative analytical and gener-ative tools are derived from Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattar1's theories of assemblage, desire & becoming and the aesthet1c/performative model of plastic dynamism in the Futurist arts. The target site, Railtown Par-k, Edmonton, Alberta (pedestrian green space corridor: I IO Street NW spanning Jasper avenue to I 04 avenue) is programmatically developed as a Field Gallery: the site of-and-for the exhibition of art and divergent '1elds by way of environmental variation and the registration of innate tr-ansitory effects including the productive occupation, movement and interaction of people. Developed design responses consist of variable spatial, material and performative definitions, including a material prototype for a performative semi-permeable membrane.
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Fritz, T. J. (2012). Field gallery (Master's thesis, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada). Retrieved from doi:10.11575/PRISM/4852