How can we uncover the sensorial side of architecture? What is the relationship between the human body and tactile space?
The sensuous body is an essential prerequisite to our perception and understanding of spaces. Often neglected in the experience of architecture, the body and its senses are an important means of cultivating spatial sensibility. Join Anja, a Europe-based architectural designer, in an enlivening session reconnecting you with the environment. Participants will train their sensorial, mind and body awareness, expanding tactile curiosity towards their surroundings.
Anja has been commissioned by city councils, universities and architectural festivals globally to introduce a combination of tools and techniques that allow participants to mindfully touch, smell, hear and experience cities anew.
Participants to the workshop will receive a complimentary General Admission ticket to NationalGallery Singapore that allows access to all ongoing exhibitions, including the Listening to Architecture
exhibition which traces the journey of the City Hall and former Supreme Court buildings, from the origins of their sites to their dramatic transformation into National Gallery Singapore. For more information on ongoing exhibitions, visit National Gallery Singapore