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path where man can see how the war changes. the thought of heraclitus and turned his words into architecture. three simple elements of departure:… Read More
path where man can see how the war changes. the thought of heraclitus and turned his words into architecture. three simple elements of departure: three parallepipedes that during the race change, evolve and deform. Read Less
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CONCEPT
 
I thought a path where man can see how the war changes.
 
I have chosen the thought of Heraclitus and I have turned his words into architecture.
 
I have chosen to use three simple elements of departure: three parallelepipeds that during the race change, evolve and deform.
 
I have interpreted the thought of Heraclitus: “War is the father and king of all: some he has made gods, and some men; some slaves and some free, “ harmony between these forces, war, fight, Lord of all things, because everything in the world is the result of opposite forces", “opposition brings concord. Out of discord comes the fairest harmony”.
 
Thus, there is a succession in the reality of the opposites, for which an opposite may not prevail on the other eternally but must leave the step to the other "," to the succession of the opposites, each opposite must give the path to another one according to a certain order, each opposite even turns into the other "," Each of these opposed elements tend to move to, to join and to draw the other one". "On the one hand, the creation of the world is a lack, on the other hand, it is opposition, in the succession of the opposites there is the fullness of a constructive attraction”. “Opposition tends to solve its consistency in the constitution of the unity, for this dynamic succession things become just one thing. There is a unity even more profound in the succession of the opposites: the world is composed of opposites that melt into a unity”.
 
It is for this reason that these three elements can look like: two men fighting (two points and one is the result), or two nations in war (the first element symbolizing the stronger nation and the other one the weaker, the third element is destruction).
 
I believe that the thought of Heraclitus is right and I would have liked to make a path of experience, observation, of people achieving awareness, a variable path where each element also changes into three simple elements, which are in relation between them according to a deflection, a shift, a distance or a closeness . These elements are elliptical paths that cross each other as well as changing.