Mollybeth Ferari

Mollybeth Ferari

Irvine, CA, US


BFA Thesis - Perpetual Mechanism of Change

The site functions in the objective manner of the brain.  It acts as a sensory receptor, receiving information from the outside environment and from human behavior. It is in constant flux, reacting to new stimulus.

The Sage is an interpretation of neuroplasticity; the mechanism that gives the brain its dynamic quality of change. This encompasses the entire site.
It is an experiential landscape that is propelled by the changes in environmental
factors and human interaction that occur in different time intervals. The factors include: wind, force, temperature, touch, pressure, light and movement. The processes that occur from these factors may take place over the course of a day, a week, a season or over many years. For this reason, the site is always changing and adapting.

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Status: School Project
Location: Brooklyn, NY, US