Space is a living embodiment. It hosts our body and the environment, constantly changing, always dynamic and never static. The assumption that space is a permanent entity and that our presence do little to affect space needs to be re-evaluated. Space has to be perceived as more than an image. Space needs to be a mediator that enables us to relate to our environment through new lens of perception and engages our body with the world in a tangible manner. Such phenomena requires a process of renewing and cleansing of the mind, body and perception. It is like that of bathing. The space that facilitates bathing therefore becomes a space of transition and of change and has the potential for […]

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