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Alex Schweder’s “performance architecture” is based on the notion that relationships between occupied spaces and occupying subjects are permeable. This is to say that a subject first perceives his or her environment and is then changed by that perception. This person in turn alters their environment to make it correspond to their fantasy. This process continues until the scrimmage of objects and subjects produces an architecture where referring to the two as distinct becomes irrelevant.

Spring 14, New York City


News

Stored But Still Performed
Manhattan Mini Storage
Ongoing

Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Solo Exhibition
February 14 2014

Boiler Room
In Orbit
February 28-April 5, 2014

Bartlett School of Architecture
Lecture
February 19, 2014

AA Files
November 2013

...all silent but for the buzzing...
RCA, London
6 - 23 March 2014

Lisbon Architecture Triennale
Close, Closer.
September 16 2013