|PI/ Co PI/ Collaborator: Eva Castro, Bige Tunçer, Federico Ruberto (Remix Studio), Daryl Ho, Peng Haonan||Funding Source: Singapore University of Technology and Design - Massachusetts Institute of Technology - International Design Centre (SUTD-MIT IDC) Grant, Internal|
|Start Date: 1 July, 2019||End Date: 30 June, 2020|
The research utilizes the “South China Sea” as its main spatial framework.
Within this liquid territory, we will initiate an ‘atlas’ of its ever-growing environmental problems to then individualize symptomatic conditions and locate nodal points that carry at a small scale some of such DNA. The work attempts to understand their geo-political and material ecologies, reconceptualizing and designing ad-hoc infrastructures and assemblages able to fuse with the ‘local’ place.