“The city is not built for one person, but for great numbers of people, of widely varying backgrounds, temperaments, occupations, and class.” – Kevin Lynch
For this project we have observed movement in public spaces and the contrasts between areas of Glasgow. By mapping our senses around the city we were able to create a physical map representing the sensory overload we experience.
We believe sensory overload is the result of a self-destructive, man-made habitat.
Our vision for the project is to share our experiences of sensory overload and highlight the relation between the individual and the universal.
The outcome is a collaborative piece expressing our individual interpretations of our mutual habitat.