Debauchery and Impiety

Peter P. Goché, Iowa State University


In the field of design, in which realization seems to employ decisions that derive from utility, and rejoin obligations of the world of aesthetics, the act of staging (a project) provides an intersession during which revelations particular to what constitutes an experience are formed. In this engagement, we enter into a dialogue with the humanity of place and, thus, are immersed in the visual and perceptual challenges of the inherited material evidence and,