空中跷跷板,想住在这里先得学会找平衡

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空中跷跷板,想住在这里先得学会找平衡


在旋转的房屋中居住会是怎样的体验?两位艺术家 Alex Schweder 和 Ward Shelley 亲身体验了一座会随风旋转的房屋,并在其中居住了整整五天,下面就为你带来他们最真实的居住体验记录。


ReActor是一处可旋转的建筑,在纽约根特的Omi国际艺术中心展出。ReActor长44英尺(约合14.5米),宽8英尺(约合2.6米),立于15英尺(约合5米)的支柱上面。房屋及支柱的材料是混凝土和木材,能够进行360度的旋转。旋转的动能是依靠风力和具体的天气情况,最不可思议的就是依据居住者活动情况而动,跟跷跷板一样。


Omi国际艺术中心在脸书上详细记录了两位艺术家的真实体验:“我们就是太空人!非常有趣。”


Shelley表示,两个人从住进去那天就一直在动,稍稍一个小动作,这栋房子就能自己旋转倾斜。他的小伙伴Schweder也说,自己眼前的景色是不断变化的,如果自己睡着了,同伴稍微动一下,房子就跟着动,自己随即被惊醒。想睡都没法睡,整个生活状态都随着房子而动。


在这五天的时间里,两位艺术家在这栋旋转房子里感受到了住宅和同伴对自己的深刻影响,行动的每一步都得小心谨慎,要做什么都必须心中明确方向,小心翼翼。整体上,他们觉得房子轻微的小晃动还饶是有趣,但因为必须时时刻刻保持房子的平衡,这一点还是影响了自己的生活。


这两位艺术家从07年就开始合作,而ReActor是两位体验的第一处室外住宅。在今年的九月到十月份,两人将再度体验旋转屋的生活,预计ReActor会在Omi国际艺术展览中心待两年供参观。


【原文】

 

Tilting “performance architecture” house spins 360 degrees


How do we find balance in our homes? Artists Alex Schweder and Ward Shelley delved into that question quite literally with ReActor, a performance architecture dwelling that tilts and spins with the wind. Then, they moved into the leaning house for five days.


ReActor is located at Ghent, New York, just over half an hour south of Albany, at the Omi International Arts Center. The 44-foot by 8-foot house made of concrete and wood rests atop a 15-foot tall column, and can rotate a full 360 degrees. The house moves depending on the movement of the inhabitants, or the wind and weather.


According to an Omi International Arts Center Facebook post, the artists described their experience of living in the house: “We’re spacemen in the wilderness.” Both artists kept journals aboard ReActor, and described the movements of the tilting house as “graceful and oceanic.”

Shelley said, “We almost never stop drifting in circles. It takes only the slightest breeze to set us in motion.” Schweder said, “A view that is always changing, sleep that comes and goes with the sun’s light, and a sense of connectedness with your roommate through knowing what he is doing and feeling mediated by the building – in short, this building is breaking our habits.”


For five days, the artists experienced a novel connection to the environment and to each other, as they had to be conscious of where they moved. They enjoyed the gentle movement of the house but also at times felt their movements were constrained, as they continually had to make small adjustments in favor of balance.

Schweder and Shelley have worked together since 2007, and ReActor is their first work set outdoors. Though they’ve left the spinning home for now, they’ll return September 24-25 and October 6-10 for further performances. ReActor will grace Omi International Arts Center’s Architecture Omi Field 01 for two years.
 

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