• PLANES

    Par Mehdi Wermuth, 17/12/17

    Parallelism -Movement - Partition 






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    Bruce Nauman




    La parallèle nous dirige,  elle rythme notre venue , amplifie l'intérêt et aiguise notre observation. Chaque ligne compte, chaque distance à son intensité, chaque courbe casse. La dessus, le mouvement propre de chaque individu dans une séquence donnée définit l'experience de ce dernier. Il existe donc une multitude d'interprétation. En musique, séparer les différentes couches permet la compréhension globale d'un mouvement à condition de le traverser. Traversons donc une facade de manière orthogonale, dans n'importe quelle direction, à n'importe quelle intensité, sous n'importe quelle lumière.






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    L’orage



    La fenêtre

    un trou vivant où l’éclair bat
    Plein d’impatience

    Le bruit a percé le silence
    On ne sait plus si c’est la nuit

    La maison tremble
    Quel mystère

    La voix qui chante va se taire
    Nous étions plus près

    Au-dessous
    Celui qui cherche

    Plus grand que ce qu’il cherche
    Et c’est tout

    Soi
    Sous le ciel ouvert

    Fendu
    Un éclair où le souffle est resté

    Suspendu.




    (Pierre Reverdy, Les Ardoises du toit, 1918, in Plupart du temps, I, 1915-1922, Gallimard, Collection Poésie, 1969,  188)




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  • PLANES - Research

    Par Mehdi Wermuth, 01/12/17


    Repetition - Rythm - Levitation



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    Janeret - Space Conquest : https://www.yoyaku.io/vinyl/bergamon03/




    " What is sound ? Is there a general truth ? Is there a "normality" of producing music ? Do we need Classics Instruments to create a Song ? Where can CAM take us ? Through my work I'd like to build Phases that take each of us higher after earing a Sound/music/Concert/Live Performance. Janeret is a French Artist who gave the public, every times he plays, a new experience of his production. His Album "Space Conquest" cover, divided in two parts, was a good visual Representation of the work humans do searching fo news horizons. The upside also reminds me of "Le Pavillon Philips" on which Iannis Xenakis  worked. Here i found my starter point. "



    Explanation of creating a space: https://youtu.be/UCvOFi6qoG0


    ELEMENTS:


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    Drawing research :


    - Sketches:


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    - Double paper with Axonometry and cutting plans for plaster pieces



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    - Monge 1:40:


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    - Monge (Plan) 1:20 :


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    - Monge (Elevation) 1:20 :


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    Construction Test and Variants :

           






    Piece 1 sous-structure:



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    Vertical scale:


    - Variant 1 :

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    - Variant 2: 

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    Wood Plane:


    - Constructing with a nod repetition tests :


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    2mm Main Plate tests (45x45) : 




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    1mm Withe/Grey Tests  :



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  • ELEMENTS

    Par Louis Viandier, Mehdi Wermuth, Nikita Giaccari, Serayu Gujja, 14/11/17

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    Le Miroir Faux, 1928 - Magritte


  • ELEMENTS - DRAWINGS

    Par Louis Viandier, Mehdi Wermuth, Nikita Giaccari, Serayu Gujja, 12/11/17




    Situation with element in scale 1:33 with construction system in scale 1:2 


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    Detail of the construction system in scale 1:2


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    Element in scale 1:10 with construction system in scale 1:2 


                        
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    Axonometric projection on the element in scale 1:20


    During the drawing research, we've tried different ways of thinking our last angle on the right of our structure without excluding it for balance purposes.





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  • ELEMENTS

    Par Louis Viandier, Mehdi Wermuth, Nikita Giaccari, Serayu Gujja, 04/11/17






    Site in Malley





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    First sketches of the research process 




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    With a model of the concept




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    Sketches of the research process




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    Construction systems development in scale 1:10



    This thinkingprocess was at first about linking three diferent directions with columns and beams .




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    Study of other construction ideas in scale 1:1:


                                            



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    Could it be easier to work with more rectangle beams and simply link them together ?



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    Or were we loosing too much of our "T-System" ?


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     A Massive Element would also interfere with our Suspension Idea (Test in 1:1 ) 




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    How many possibilities do we have to end a "T Beam" ?


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    Model 1:10:




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    Construction under the rain




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    The Element 



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