Why Don’t We Do It In The Road?
Now the pavilion is a slice of life, physically carved from a mass of gathered material. Not separate from the observer as through a digital file, but tangible, touchable, as a book that can be handled and flipped through. It is here to be used. A disorderly collection is forced under strict guidelines, the inhabitant gradually balancing the ensuing tension. Order becomes apparent amidst the chaos.
Now the pavilion is a portal, through which all may pass to and from the AA, disseminating ideas. Highlighting none, it catalogues each visitor objectively, systematically becoming an accurate record of 36 Bedford Square.
right here, right now…