under the same sun
project. since 2017.
in collaboration with Dico Kruijsse
As the earth moves around the sun, the sum of shifting light conditions changes the way we experience a place. To capture this experience, to catch light in space, we make use of a light sensitive process called cyanotype. An early photography process known to create the first ‘blueprints’ in architecture.
As a blueprint, the cyanotype was simply a medium of reproduction. under the same sun focuses on its trans-disciplinary nature as a tool to study light and as a medium to visualize architectural spaces. To do so, the blueprint is material and method. The building itself functions here as the tool, as the ‘dark chamber’, in which the light-sensitive surface is exposed to light. The blueprints developed by the building are camera-less photograms in scale 1:1 including the immediate vicinity via shadowing structures and reflecting windows.
with participation of
Marijke Appelman, Martijn Konings, Zhou Junsheng, Liu Chao-tze, Annick van Santen, Paul Peeters, Marie-Antoinette van der Gaag, Alexandra Shilova, Eelco Roelsma, Juul Barnard, Alexander Pachkov, Bogdan Grushin, Lea Alapini, Ariane Trümper, Jean van Wijk, Sina Hensel, Ellen Smit, Lucy Draai, Marco Apereti, David Wills, Marilotte van Lent. (images by Zhou Junsheng, Dico Kruijsse and Carolin Lange)
second round. art-in-architecture competition. concept: ‚binar-blau‘ (version b).cyanotype wall-painting.
Gebäude 200. General Fellgiebel Kaserne Pöcking.