As always, the most beneficial way of understanding different circumstances and cases is working with its variations. From the critics at the studio hour and discussion within our group members, we decided on evaluating how different geometries and dimensions of a space can switch the experience. Additional to that what differs the experience is not only the space, but the number of people existing at that space.
By virtue of this criteria, we went through defining a geometrical shape which is combination of a trapezoid and a circle so that different geometries would be examined. The logic behind the trapezoid was to evaluate both a larger and a smaller area in the same model to discover how the body will react to this transition.
We produced two models to show the difference in the experience through changing number of people.
We considered the matters of speed, directions, perception of a space in both conditions (less number of people and a plenty amount of people).
Here is a series of schematic representations of the data gathered through our analyses:
For the step of making a model we again used the method of layering and for the aim of giving more information we added some new features to every layer. Continue reading “How do the bodily experiences alter via diverse spatial conditions?”