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A study on the Temporality through Haptic Space - Focused on Joh Sung-yong's Seonyudo Park and Kkummaru -
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 Title & Authors
A study on the Temporality through Haptic Space - Focused on Joh Sung-yong's Seonyudo Park and Kkummaru -
Park, Miyoung;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to investigate Seonyudo Park and Kkummaru in terms of haptic space. This is an attempt to escape from the limits of optical space that identifies the space with abstract concepts. Haptic perception of the space refers to feeling the space with all the senses through non-hierarchical interactions. Time of the haptic space is revealed by Deleuze's crystalline description and Bergson's pure recollection that is not useful to identify objects. According to two concepts, the running present forks into the past and the future, and the nature of time appears at the point of indiscernibility in which the past, present, and future coexist. Thought on time about the architecture provides a valid point of view to understand the relationship of visitor's sensory experience of space, recollection, and emotion. In this respect, it can be said that Joh sung-yong's two works explored for new areas of architectural experience by building up the potential image of the subject which is placed in the human memory. And then this study shows that two works recover the relationship between the past and the present so that they give an opportunity to consider the meaning of time in the architecture.
 Keywords
Haptic Space;Time;Recollection;Emotion;Sensory Transfer;Surface Effect;
 Language
Korean
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