Sarah: I think the endless porch is about our learning selves as we walk, our quiet constant observation decks. Words I think are important to keep oneself in balance...
gift, tool, trust, context, power, ego, self, habit, process, walk
Lucas: …the endless porch is contemplative interaction, and timelessness. Placeless, non-referential, as we work locally and long distance we can exchange drawings and diagrams...send back and forth(gift), sketch over them, abstract and morph them, timeless, non-referential space (context), virtual space. Endlessly. Most importantly...trust.
Sarah: I like the idea of the walking path of the porch being partially water. I also like the idea of a glass or partially glass roof/ceiling of sorts so you can see the sky. I like the Mongolian landscape, I think it’s perfect. I also wanted to make the porch veer toward the right as it recedes. I also think the left side of it should be open too - showing the continued landscape. And maybe wood banisters/handrails?
Lucas: The idea is time as something relevant, nature vs the moving galaxies, the porch continues endlessly as a one point perspective, infinity point. Empty grasslands braking through the canvas, porch as an infinity structure entering from beyond but what’s on the other side, inside the structure? Substance? Gravity? Container of events? A mirror for the endless? And what’s the porch made of? Images? Water, wind, thoughts, wood? I think through our reactionary process and the distance between us, time remains encased in this project as something both rigid and plastic.
Type: Collaborators: Client: Size: Status:
Research Lucas Correa Sevilla, Sarah Walko Independent Infinite Concept