The paper presents research on the experiential qualities emerging from the performative engagement within adaptive lighting environments. Being performatively engaged in an environment, where the lighting is continuously adapting, opens an experiential position with fuid temporality, and opens an activity space, where the temporal is a crucial part of the negotiation of place and presence. The paper will approach the temporal complexity from two perspectives: (1) from an analytic position within the experiential moment using expert performance practice, and (2) unpacking the qualitative parameters of adaptive lighting environments through the lighting research and designs of the four authors.
|27 Jun 2013
|Published - 27 Jun 2013