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Architecture of Embodiment
Un proyecto de investigación de Alex Arteaga

Editorial RM y Errant Bodies

Miércoles 7 de junio de 2017, 19h La Central del Museo Reina Sofía
Con la presencia del autor, Alex Arteaga en diálogo con Jacobo Fitz James-Stuart (Espacio Valverde) y Laura Martínez de Guereñu (Arquitecta, Assistant Professor, IE University) moderados por José Luis Espejo (Radio Reina Sofía).


"Architecture of Embodiment" is a research environment in which architecture is addressed from an enactivist perspective. The term architecture is understood here as the built environment in its most basic terms: structure, form, and materiality.
The term enactivism refers to the approach initially formulated in 1991 by Francisco Varela, Evan Thompson, and Eleanor Rosch in the framework of embodied cognition theories, extensively described by Evan Thompson in 2007, and further developed by other theorists such as Shaun Gallagher, Ezequiel Di Paolo, Thomas Fuchs, or Dan Zahavi.


Transient Senses (RM)

Este libro concluye el proyecto de investigación artística Transient Senses, que se basa en el Pabellón Alemán de Barcelona diseñado por Mies van der Rohe. Mediante la realización de una instalación sonora en el Pabellón y ensayos de video, audio y textos, expuestos conjuntamente en la Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Alex Arteaga  investiga la formación de los conceptos de interioridad y exterioridad en la experiencia arquitectónica. El libro incluye una descripción general del proyecto y su contexto, además de un texto del propio autor, que se enriquecen con fotografías documentales y los enlaces de acceso a los ensayos audiovisuales.

Klangumwelt Ernst-Reuter-Platz (Errant Bodies)

The term “Klangumwelt” can be translated as “aural environment” or, better, “aural surrounding world”. It stands for a radically embodied, situated, and non-representationalist research on the relationships between aural activity and environment. This concept has been developed at the Auditory Architecture Research Unit (Berlin University of the Arts) based on an enactive approach to cognition.
This book presents proposals for the transformation of Ernst-Reuter-Platz, a city square in Berlin. They are the results of a process of auditory artistic research and design developed according to this new approach.
The Auditory Architecture Research Unit at the Berlin University of the Arts is devoted to the development of aural-based practices, methods and strategies for the research and transformation of the environment from a phenomenological and enactivist perspective. It is associated to the MA Sound Studies and Sonic Arts

Architecture without Walls (Errant Bodies)

The texts included in this book present five architectural designs realized by Vera Buhß, Giacomo Gianetta, Konstantin Schimanowski, Katharina Schmidt, and Sum-Sum Shen. Instead of being generated and displayed in graphic media and approaching the object of design visually, these architectural environments have been conceived through auditory and literary practices. The designs presented in this book provide accessibility to new architectural entities not by showing their constructive conditions of emergence, but instead by describing the emergent qualities that configure them as environments.
 
La investigación de Alex Arteaga integra prácticas estéticas y filosóficas en relación a la estética, la emergencia de sentido, significado y conocimiento y las relaciones entre auralidad, arquitectura y entorno desde una aproximación fenomenológica y enactivista. Estudió piano, teoría de la música, composición, música electroacústica y arquitectura en Berlin y Barcelona y recibió un doctorado en filosofía de la Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Actualmente dirige la Auditory Architecture Research Unit, es profesor en el MA Sound Studies and Sonic Arts (Berlin University of the Arts) y en el Master Universitario en Arte y Diseño (EINA / Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) y desarrolla su entorno de investigación Architecture of Embodiment (www.architecture-embodiment.org).
 
Alex Arteaga’s research integrates aesthetic and philosophical practices relating to aesthetics, the emergence of sense, meaning and knowledge and the relationships between aurality, architecture and the environment through phenomenological and enactivist approaches. He studied piano, music theory, composition, electroacoustic music, and architecture in Berlin and Barcelona and received a PhD in philosophy from the Humboldt University. He currently heads the Auditory Architecture Research Unit, lectures in the MA Sound Studies and Sonic Arts (Berlin University of the Arts), is professor for contemporary philosophy and artistic research at the Research Master in Art and Design (EINA / Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) and develops his research project Architecture of Embodiment (www.architecture-embodiment.org).
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