Co-Author: Aimee Lam, Justine De Penning
Performance: Justine De Penning

Video: Nishant John
Between human and nature, when we are no longer aligned, when our balance is disrupted, when we loose our connection to one another. 

In restless times, surrounded by our fragile ecology, we are inundated with messages of emergency climate change and environmental destruction. As we negotiate our shifting geological epoch and search for new forms of living in and with our world, we contemplate the emotionality of human residue through a critical poetry of spatial performance and design. 

Using the backdrop of events such as Chernobyl and Fukushima as a springboard to consider how might the ghosts of our time appear, considering our ecology beyond a human-centric perspective, beyond our fractured existence.

Final thesis for Architectural Association Interprofessional Studio (AAIS)