Placing Space: Architecture, Action, Dimension

Journal of Architectural Education, April 2008

"With many architectural projects, there is little opportunity to study the construction of space from a movement point of view, while with many performance projects, there is little time to contemplate the influence of the physical environment on constructing experience. Placing Space: Architecture, Action, Dimension, a collaborative summer course at the University of Maryland offered to undergraduate and graduate students of spatial design and movement, provided an opportunity for dance and architecture students to mutually investigate the reciprocal role that movement and space can play on each other’s formation."

Read Placing Space by Ronit Eisenbach exploring the relations between space and movement, published in the Journal of Architectural Education.