An interview with Jader Tolja
What happens to the body when it passes through different spatial experiences?
To change a space is not easy as to change a CD.
The prevalent dimension of a place influences its inhabitants by activating completely different movement structures on the physical plane, with consequences for the nervous system and effects on the psychological plane.
Perception of the body and perception of external space are two processes which are developed simultaneously in a child, to the extent that the development of the personality is closely connected with the maturation of these perceptions.
In what way can the furniture with which we deal on a daily basis influence our psychophysical state?
The rapport with space influences, and is certainly influenced by, the culture in which people live.
The space surrounding us is nothing but a further metaphor for an individual’s basic strategy, and in this regard it is by no means a case of the more the better, or vice versa.