Experimental Art & Technology professor, Stewart Skylar Copeland, co-authored an essay in the most recent issue of the Journal of Landscape Architecture. “Homing bodies” is an essay based on Body I/O, a graduate landscape architecture studio Stewart co-taught with Suzanne Matthew at the Rhode Island School of Design. In the Body I/O Studio, students explored the complexity of their sensory reactions in the environment by creating tools to amplify and reveal what their bodies detect as they move through space. The goal of the studio was not to rely on data and tools to map an environment, but rather to use the tool as a way to access their own sensory capacities and begin to unpack them.
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