Fabric hallucinates its own forms

Not only does fabric formwork have the capacity to generate deceptively fluid looking concrete forms, it’s also a very simple and cheap way to construct large pieces of structure. As is suggested in the above images, large volumes can be easily contained by thin foldable membranes with minimal points of restriction, and the best thing about fabric – it’s flexible and can accommodate mobile occupants such as Martha Graham’s wobbly limbs and runny lumps of concrete!


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This talk is a reduced version of a paper that I wrote, which presents a categorisation of interactions between space and sound, as a guide for creative practitioners and as a way of improving the way

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