It is a fact that, nowadays, the rapid way societies evolve causes a feeling of nostalgia. This feeling is imprinted on the way people choose to spend their free time. Personal space is now seen as a mirror of the things someone could potentially do. A combination of memories and desires that are there to remind us, the things we forget, because of our everyday life responsibilities. The relationship of man and animal is placed on the inside of this personal space. A relationship that comes to life through all these temporary structures man creates to accommodate the animal.
The project at hand aims to track down the footprints this relationship leaves on human space today. It is easily noticed that, on the one hand, we are dealing with a needy relationship between the pet and the man, where the pet entirely depends on the man and has lost the instincts of survival and self-support, and on the other hand, we are faced with an aggressive industrialized livestock farming that encroaches animal rights and is deprived of any personal relationship between man and animal.
The thing that’s more interesting, is the other side of the perspective shown above, a mild livestock farming, like corrals and small scale activities regarding breeding, where there is personal contact with the animal. A structure – family that decides to evolve and create their life in parallel with the creation of a farm which accommodates several animal species. Species that change depending on the season, as far as the kind and quantity is concerned. As expected, that kind of initiative is not legally supported, as the purpose of modern reality is to turn that relationship between man and animal into a kind of process that is fully manageable and easily controlled by laws.