2011

SMALLNESS

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<p><B>SMALLNESS</B>
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The approach to new and complex themes always requires an effort in order to organize and plan the elements involved, especially the ones we already know. The link between knowledge and experience develops the terms necessary to elaborate a successful creative process. The starting point (knowledge) needs to be as strong as possible in order to be questioned later on by all the external inputs (experience) which bring to a crisis in our certainties. The result of this turmoil shapes a new body, a new idea, a new vision. This process is present in our works in different levels. The data which we obtain are analyzed, decomposed, repositioned, re-elaborated and in the end they recreate a solid base to design considerations. Since we are used, due to our socio-economic and working context, to quickly change the focus of our reflections, we developed the ability to elaborate projects ranging between very different scales and dealing with various issues, keeping as common ground the cognitive approach, the experiential course of work and finally the creative process. The concentration of these and other thoughts shaped the “Smallness” concept which is developed in order to organize the resources, to find connections, to try new techniques and new materials, to experiment, to plan and program a set of activities which lead to the reaching of the expected result.