We have began spring semester with a new concept “SEED”, meaningly, production of spatial diversities and relations in 3D.
‘Seed’ meaning is explained as a source of development or growth on the given informations. So, I guess we are going to produce first the seed and then, we will develop it step by step throughout semester.
The issues we will be discussing this semester are space, spatial relations, spatial experiences, spatial conditions, spatial qualities…
We will see what ‘the seed’ is going to convert into and what we will produce from ‘the seed’.