Based on yesterday’s discussions, I tried to produce an image that would, in the most basic terms, demonstrate how an incredible simplistic addition, alteration, modification etc. can determine the activity that occurs within a space. Simple changes can forge relationships, join areas that were previously separated, and generally enhance the interpersonal networks. I’m interested in topographic changes, so this sketch is based on a level alteration.
This process is just as interested if reversed, allowing agency of a designed change.
Although the physical changes may revert, the relationships and networks forged, or the perceptions of how to use a particular area may remain, prompting people to explore an area to try and gain the same feelings/use of space they had prior to the alteration being removed.
This idea of temporary/implied ownership could be an interesting concept.