Every single day, everywhere, places need to be reproduced. They exist, they surround and inform our practice and we cannot get away from that. We only have to walk down the street to see pre-existent structures. We did not build those spaces, we had no say in their material existence. In a very banal but important way they are structures that, like it or not, we have to practice in and around. We can use them very creatively but within limits unless we are predisposed to walk through walls or plant bombs. We are predisposed.
WALL STRIKE uses basic construction and soundscape to provoke questions about our interactions with and experience of architectural boundaries.
Craig Reschke & Ann Lui