3 December 2005 · About 1 minute read


Further to yesterday’s post, the first-stage project for Production of Space shall be Transience.

From my research so far:

Newtonian space is being transformed - spatially stolen, perhaps, as centuries of established connotation and connection is lost. In its place comes a societal context, a physical manifestation of the previously unseen. This social space paralyses previous spatial contexts and reconstructs its locality with a renewed relevance to the person…

Transience actively makes apparent the transient social spaces we traverse every day.

Through tactile expression, users of Transience can feel their social surroundings, giving physical representation to the ubiquitous social territories we encounter every day.

Chris Blunt
Chris Blunt@cblunt
Chris is the founder of Plymouth Software. As well as code and business, he enjoys being a Dad, swimming, and the fine art of drinking tea.