We were doing the building in the forest entirely with spider nets and wood, a lot of textile and fabric to start to push away the forest and use the forest as wall. It was 500sq m, so not too big, but there is a kind of porosity where you don’t know whether you’re inside a building, inside a forest or inside a labyrinth. He [Bruce Sterling] wrote a text about some guy coming to research this house in 30 years with a GPS, and he was not able to find this house – it had disappeared entirely. Like the Blair Witch house or something. Because of the text we took care to blur the boundaries of the house we were in construction, we blurred the boundaries. So it’s interesting how the text as a report from the future is at the same time modifying what you are doing in the real time. Honestly that is fantastic.
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