Polly Gould


Manifesto for an Architecture of Atmospheres

Duration: 3:20 minutes
Materials: Digital sound work

Visions of the future are often expressed through visualisations of our built environment. Architecture makes these propositions in the temporary form of the pavilion and the written form of the manifesto. Gould uses sound and voice to build a temporary sonic space that explores an imaginary atmospheric architecture. It supposes a link between the breath of interior spaces and the atmosphere on a global exterior scale and an interconnectedness of human and environment.