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Responsive Environments: Architecture, Art and Design Paperback – 15 May 2006
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'While in the public educational context of museums and visitor attractions, as well as in corporate environments such as Bloomberg's headquarters, designers and artists contracted for specific projects need to identify the best ways to dovetail and communicate concepts, artefacts, data and experiences. Those working to self-briefs (for speculative installations that may find their way in to a range of contexts) use technology more speculatively. Technology is deployed as a means of understanding and commenting on paradoxes within culture, especially the unquestioned ubiquity of corporate technologies, as well as to make visible or to translate invisible phenomena ranging from sounds to pollution, electromagnetic waves and the paranormal'.
'If intelligent spaces were truly intelligent, we might not like them, because we want them to be intelligent but acquiescent. The power of many of the responsive environments in this book is precisely that they are not purely reactive or entirely predetermined. Both they and their users learn from experience and redefine their sense of space. In the process of their engagement they construct new meanings of personal as well as group significance'.
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