The early attempt to unidirectionally showcase the spatial story behind each idea through a linear and sequential narrative has failed to show the totality and mutual connections among all. However, by arranging all the components from various mediums within a more discrete narrative, or say, a montage, spatially separated but consciously connected, those fragments have begun to narrate a more comprehensive and somehow more coherent story. How could this comparison and their interconnections promote the rethinking of deconstruction and reconstruction of a context, a story, and lives? How to transcribe without transcription? How to interpret without interpreting? Let the story narrate itself.
Architecture; Interpretation; Narrative; Space; Story; Transcription
Attribution 4.0 International