2009 Dagmar Reinhardt and Joanne Jakovich: ‚Trivet Fields: The Materiality of Interaction in Architectural Space’,Leonardo - Volume 42, Number 3, June 2009, pp. 216-224E-ISSN: 1530-9282 Print ISSN: 0024-094X.
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The proliferation of interactive technologies expands the palette of the architect prompting a re-examination of notions of materiality in architecture. This article explores how the introduction of computational processes that accelerate, amplify or animate conventional mechanisms of time and space might alter the relationship between human perception and matter. We present a spatial paradigm for the materiality of interaction in architectural space and demonstrate it in a recent installation work "Trivet Fields" that employs a heterogeneous model of interactivity to articulate spatial materiality.

Accepted demo version at the CC2007, Creativity and Cognition Conference, Washington DC.

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