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Maria Blaisse's explorations of form and material inspire dynamic visions for SLOW URBANISM

Carolyn Strauss

In our video is an image from 'Moving Meshes' (2008) by multidisciplinary designer Maria Blaisse, showing the human body and human-made object as symbiotic extensions of one another.
I'm hugely inspired by how this project at once demonstrates a Slower view of bodies in intimate relationship to material, and at the same time helps me envision a Slower future for the spaces we inhabit, the urban environments we move through. Read the full post

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  • Yasha Wallin

    I love this idea of "slow ubranism" and seeing it played out through this conceptual interaction with the material. Thanks for sharing.