Through a series of early photographic experiments a generative optical device, known as the RGB-3, was created. This device had the ability to reconfigure recorded spatial film based on aesthetic input (See RGB-3 Diagram below) to generate new readings of our reality and became the creative and conceptual driving force for the project.
Through generative iterations the project is able to cycle through a successive series of results based on different programmatic, conceptual, spatial and narrative systems. Each of these factors becomes present in the design process through the development of performative architectural spaces, in which orchestrations can occur, before becoming manifest and reconfigured in the RGB-3 world. It is in this RGB-3 reality that we can start to understand the more uncertain and complex nature of our environment and in turn design according to this tangible unknown.
In its inital capture the RGB-3 observers a series of colour calibrated actors, aiming to decypher what new relationships might be playing out behind the scenes. These actors play out the performance of The Lost and Found Office, a conceptual resistor for the architectural design process. Through the RGB-3 a series of new interconnected characters are created, revealing harmonious blending of both colour and spatial construct.