THOMAS PARKER

AN ARCHITECTURE OF LUMETRIC CAUSALITY

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The lost and Found

 

North Korean Experiment

 

Iteration

 

Investigating the potential of aesthetically generated realities in architecture, An Architecture of Lumetric Causality deploys generative filmic devices operating in close relation to an augmented physically manipulatable testbed to generate an architecture of unknowing. Revelations of new realities operating in proximity to our own are drawn out, lumetric schisms, narrative threads, programmatic collisions and fictitious facts are revealed, creating realities that sit beyond our standard observable understanding. The project plays out as a Lost and Found upon Willow Island, in Munich, Germany.

 

VIDEO 01 ‘The Lost and Found’

01 ‘Early Camera Device, RGB-3’

02 ‘Technical Diagram of the RGB-3’

VIDEO 02 ‘North Korean Experiment’

03 ‘Early Experiment showing Side by Side Translations’

04 ‘Developed Test Bed’

05 ‘Test Bed Camera Calibrations’

06 ‘Site Calibrations, Resolutions and Translations’

VIDEO 03 ‘Iteration 06’

07 ‘Iteration 06 – Sophia’s Bird Table’

08 ‘Sophia’s Ascends the Staircase into the Newt Colony’

09 ‘Translations Occur through the film, revealing a birds watching tower, lost choreographies and Sophia ascending.’

10 ‘2.5D Collage drawing as translation’

11 ‘Canvas Triliptical as Final Translation’

12 ‘Canvas Details’

13 ‘Translations from Model – RGB – Canvas – Drawing’

14 ‘1-100 Plan of Lost and Found’

15 ‘1-100 Section of Lost and Found’

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