Nazeli Ghazarian


Perception is a complex relationship between stimuli to your brain and a personal interpretation of it to objectify reality. This process consists of collecting, processing and storing information from space via our sensory organs as spatialised memories – later to be de-coded. This thesis aims to investigate spatial information which constitute memory construction and develop a conceptual mechanical system giving visibility to the invisible – narrating the communication taking place between human computation and mnemonic space systems in the memory matrix of time and space and the invisible architectural systems which go against natural reality as we know, but which can exist.