Symbiotic Spaces

The neighborhood is alive. It is a collection of various conscious and unconscious stimuli and reactions to them. Symbiotic Spaces is a site specific installation for three window vitrines that reacts to sensory impulses of the Bellamy neighborhood in Amsterdam.

The work is inspired by air currents of the wind and how they are defined by the surrounding architecture.
The environment was characterized by its constant change through renovation and construction work during the period of the project’s development and the exhibition.
A series of tactile kinetic objects build a bridge between the natural and built environment through the different rhythms of breathing, sleeping and swinging.

Bellamy Kabinet 2019, Amsterdam 
Photos: Maurice Tjon a Tham