Children of the Neon Mirage: Proximity, Duration and Homunculi Space
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This thesis seeks to investigate the relationship of the philosophical ideas of proximity and duration as they relate to architectural expression and representation. In design, linguistic and visual expression and their digital counterparts (command line interface and graphical interface) will be discussed in concert, as they present our “image” of cyberspace and perception of time. The proximity to the body of objects that enable “use” or interface with cyberspace will be the narrative vehicle. The study of these factors as they relate to multiplicity will be the oblique angle from which to enter a discourse into architectural meaning.