Types of Questions (part 2)


Questions beyond traditional text/spoken communication. 
Questions may take on a form that transcends traditional spoken or written communication. This means that an object, a structure, a sculpture, a craft, a piece of clothing, a building, a process, all of these may be constructed as a network of questions or as “inquiry activators” (something that encourages us to ask questions.) Other examples (from the top of my head) objects/experiences that promote ambiguity in perception (e.g. Opt Art, optical illusions; magic acts; experimental films); processes that challenge traditional logic etc. Most conceptual art is structured as question-systems – designed with the goal to activate complex form of inquiry and the emergence of multiple visual and conceptual perspectives. These “staged” or “designed question systems” challenge our minds with questions in formats beyond traditional textual or spoken communication.

Related in this blog:
Types of questions (part 1)>>
Types of Questions

Some art that makes us question our perception/experience of space:
The Paradox of Space and Perception >>

Related and Recommended:
Interactive architecture >>
Interactivearchitecture.org >>
Daniel Montano
Keyword: Daniel Montano, Dan Montano, user experience design, information architect


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