This paper is a research that attempts to analyze the relation between the human body and the built environment. The study leaded me into the process of producing the collection «mError» [sketches and constructions of images], which were formed under the concept that expresses the "file" and the "mapping of the physical memory."
Analyzing through an revealing mechanism that uses the body (as a tool to understand the order of reality and its visible physical manifestations) and the concept of the analogy (as a symbolic structure that connects the similar but heterogeneous phenomena through participation in the modular continuity of our physical world), the goal is to be proved the interaction that exists between the human body and the objects in spaces that are defined by the built environment.
Through the correlative process between the different units of an unity (S - human body, M - dwelling, L - city), we can conclude that the human [me] gives symbolic meaning to the built environment or to his own body assisted of the reflective impulse (adjustment process, a form of symbolization). Indeed, it is through the reflective impulse that we absorb the external forms, integrate them into a symbolic self-expression, and then we re-articulate them into the objects that we produce.