Space is the Place
Just another weblog

The project of this blog is to be a research narrative on the topic of space, time, and play.

My bedrock interests include: the notion of psychogeography invented by the french radical political art movement, Situationist International, and of their praxis known as “derive,” the work of Japanese architectural theorist Arata Isozaki and his belief in a distinctive, identifiable Japanese conception and treatment of space and time known as “MA.” I believe firmly in the importance of actually realizing public space through such acts as performance art, music, social engineering and design. I am also interested in urban exploration and “hacking” in its broadest sense, including the open source movement and piracy.


If you have any anything to add or subtract, be my welcome guest.