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    Wiklund, Jenny
    KTH, School of Architecture and the Built Environment (ABE), Architecture, Critical Studies in Architecture.
    Journal - rekonstruktion av kropp och minne2017Doctoral thesis, monograph (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The project was developed in co-operation between Jenny Wiklund and KTH, Uppsala University Hospital, Uppsala University, Karolinska Institute, Royal Institute of Art, Aarhus School of Architecture, and curator Jan Åman.

    The project was developed sculpturally at the Royal Institute of Art. Preliminary studies of medicine were made at Karolinska University Hospital. The final study combines studies at Uppsala University Hospital of three-dimensional visualization of medical imaging with studies of clinical anatomy at Uppsala University, to be amalgamated to a sculptural interpretation and production.

    R1, the Reactor Hall, is staged as a site-specific monumental artistic work. The installation provides a temporary coat around the chapters of the dissertation exhibition, dealing with body and brain. The exhibition tells us about a specific moment, there is no memory, nor proprioception. There is no history, nor future.

    Through the exhibition an understanding of the connection between theoretical thinking and visual interpretation emerges. It is research by artistic and architectonic precision with references to art, architecture, medicine and medical technique. References come from concrete objects in concrete rooms, from specific artistic work of individual artists and from auscultating a number of expert presentations, where people by presence conveyed their knowledge.

    Architecture is a spatial construction of identity, here in the form of an exhibition as temporary visual spatial-aesthetic poetic theory. The form of the dissertation was chosen due to the main subject investigated, memory, and its temporary reshaping of the room at each specific point of time it is aroused. The visual impression come before all other descriptions, logical to the event that preceded the subject of the project, a loss of memory, when the experience of the room came before the language, the body before the brain, trained memories in the form of figures before an autobiography.

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