Main objective of this paper is to establish a method of time deformations able to map out the transformations that occur in a conceived space as its experience moves from the objective time-line to the subjective. As every spatial experience is a subjective one inside the boundaries of an objective often designed space, in this project we would like to dwell in the realm of subjective architecture.
To better define a subjective time-line we should consider memory. According to our previous paper memory is a function running simultaneously with cognition, and not on recall as is often considered to be the case. In doing so its inseparable from the subjective experience in a way that the subjective memory time forms an elastic interdependent relationship with the remembered space. In this project we explore elasticity.
Considering flow to be an axiomatic property of time, we extrude movements inside experienced spaces to the temporal dimension of their experience. By deforming space-time systematically we are able to reverse engineer the architectural elements to their original position, and in doing so we witness structures of conception.