Architectural Placebo

I came upon this and although the description of the dance does not really give a lot of information on how they interpreted an “architectural placebo” (I’m assuming they used their bodies and the props to create space?), the general idea of a placebo for architecture is really compelling. Is architecture delivered to people like medicine through your bloodstream? If architecture is designing and defining space, what would a placebo for that be? Can it be achieved through dance? Can people be tricked into thinking something is architecture when really it isn’t? So many questions…



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