In Collaboration with Drake Andersen &
Rice University Shepherd School of Music
This project serves as a research to examine the issues in between architecture, multimedia (visual, audio etc.), natural elements (light, sound etc.) and human behaviors, and how they affect the form of a performance space as well as how they are interpreted by participants. The study approaches the architectural typology of the Public Performance Space to explore the potential possibility of space as a platform and its interaction with media and people. Specifically, as a proposal of the “Sviatoslav Richter Fund Project” sponsored by Rice Shepherd School of Music, the study will use a temporary performance pavilion as a vehicle to develop projective, speculative experiments that re-interpret our age of media and information through architecture and space.