Remains to Be Seen. Spatial memory and memory space – the case of a former cinema in Klaipėda
Vilnius Academy of Arts
Associate professor: doc. Rokas Kilčiauskas
The immersive experience created by this project aims to blur the boundaries between art, architecture and human experience. It encourages dialogue between present and past, the interaction of transformation and memory potential in such spaces. It also seeks to reveal the existence of architecture in the continuum of time and memory, and it emphasizes the need for the integration of various disciplines, providing architecture with new perspectives, methodologies and points of view in the design processes. This approach brings architecture closer to a wider audience, engaging them in spatial conversations through experiential encounters. Architecture speaks if we ourselves give it a voice.