Lectures 2006
9/26/2020
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"The imperceptible boundaries between architecture and sculpture" Andreadaki Christina, Tsouni Katia

In modern times we can clearly see that art can be expressed in similar ways. Architects attribute great interest for their construction’s formation. On the other hand, in Sculpture there is an interest in making spaces and environments that will challenge the senses through the spectator’s involvement. The use of similar glossary and common targets for the creation of structures - both architectural and sculptural - results in a strong bonding between those two arts.

Nevertheless, through this presentation we attempt to study not only the imperceptible boundaries between Architecture and Sculpture but also the way that these two approach one another. Our aim is to understand what ties Architecture down and sets Sculpture free. This can be achieved through the analysis of examples identified with the way that they can be expressed and the aim they serve.