This parasitarian urban sculpture made of 100% biodegradable materials, is a symbolic representation and extension of the traditional bench and... Read More
This parasitarian urban sculpture made of 100% biodegradable materials, is a symbolic representation and extension of the traditional bench and a response to human social behaviour by increasing technology, emerging social and psychological needs. The aim of this prototype is to express that life is dynamic and not static, that we live in a world where you can create a collective experience and that we have needs to be connected and connected to the world around us. The question that I asked myself was: How can I design an environment, social instrument, sculpture that enables people to actively participate in the urban field? What if we humans lose social contact in our living environment cause being cut off creates friction, so I use the technology to promote social interactions, which in my opinion is a key issue. It is an enabling instrument conceptualised as a social transmitter that stimulates public dialogue through a mobile environment and playground for collective conversation through embedded communication equipment (LCD screen, data projections, speakers, light, etc). In order to understand this concept, I examined and studied the cellular structures with regard to organisation, mutation and Transformation. Evolution and creation of homosapiens is a long process of unification and formation from simpler unicellular organisms to a more complex multicellular organism at the functional level. The cell structures connect to indifferent and more complex structures, these "mother cells" can produce other cells and can be differentiated into other cell types and renew themselves by division, copies of themselves, which creates new tissue and is integrated in the organism. All of these cells have to perform an optimised and harmonious function in order to maintain the correct functioning of the organism. For example, since there are cells that self-destruct in the event of diseases or other cells are responsible for the removal of sick cells or foreign microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses, my question would be how can these natural principles and functions be transferred into design thinking. By mentioning the human embryo that arises during its formation by the union of two cells (egg cell and sperm) and that genetic material is exchanged to form a new multicellular organism of this species of different gender as a unique individual. This cell like entities create a decentralised structural network and forms a complex interlinked and with a variable structuring of unit-to-unit relations interconnected network, were the inner mass remembers a neuronal network or a transformable animalistic architectural machine. The outer configuration can be read true biology by translating the information into drawings and introducing artistic and computational operations. I generate a series of pseudo forms that would speculate on alternative physical configurations of communication, embracing an intimate engagement between organisational and material interaction multi-agent-based systems are deployed to create a specific model of an efficient pattern based behaviour by fluctuation and resembling the social environment by the creations of populations and temporary structural settlements.