THEATRICAL PLEASURE GROUND ISTANBUL | Istanbul | Unit 21 | 2011
Located on the old site of the great Byzantium Cemetery in Istanbul. A series of models exploring the physical and non physical create a time-based landscape, that is part natural, part technological. The landscape comprises of theatrical machines that are split into three time-based categories: Automatic, Reactive and Interactive. Each of the categories relates back to one of the three 18th Century travel writers that instigated the years work: Gerard de Nerval, Mark Twain and Edmondo de Amicis.
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