Developed as part of the greater dialogue about the human condition, I am a Pagan explores humanity’s role in the cosmos: Who are we? What are we doing here? Part essay, part artistic exploration, this work attempts to answer these questions through the conjunction of art and architecture, the primary means for (hu)mans to express these relationships. Originally exhibited at the Centre for Creative Practices in Dublin, Ireland in 2010, I am a Pagan is a search for collectivity in Paganistic human experience.
LIONarchitecture was started in 2010 by Matt Teismann and Charles Vega. Be it exploring the great symbiosis between natural and the built, or merely discussing the validity of a language of architecture which has persisted through time, LIONarchitecture is not a practice necessarily as much as it is a dialogue. Their work includes the exhibit ‘Urban Green-House Project,’ and publications ‘Futureless’ and ‘Anti-Haptic Experience.’ More at lionarchitecture. com.