Polymorphia is an apparatus: an open-ended reflective device in the form of a speculative urban interior. Its purpose is to test and critically understand space. Deriving from a collection of diagrammatic drawings, it allows generating non-hierarchical hybrid spaces. Polymorphia is an activated surface longing to dislodge from flatness. It allows different readings and interactions; it reflects desires of a very diversified society.
Polymorphia is tectonic. It is a space of constant transition and negotiation. It sustains tensions; binds together what strives to break apart. It is a space of equilibrium. Polymorphia is resisting resolution. It is against the pre-imposed, rigid and authoritarian. Polymorphia is decentralized and centrifugal; it is a fluctuating space of constant multiplication.