Co-CorporealityCo-Corporeality addresses responsive spaces in the era of biomediality with the aim to establish an interaction between a human and a living material. We are specifically interested in developing a responsive environment within an architectural space that interacts, learns, grows and decays in relation to human presence and behaviour.
Co-corporeality spans between free ranging speculation and scientific research, and will be explored from three different perspectives:
 Development of materials that can sense the environment and interact with a human,
 Design of interfaces that allow non-verbal communication to evoke changes and responses within the material,
 Production of full-scale proto-architectural installations.
Co-Corporeality is funded by the
Austrian Science Fund (FWF)
Programme for Arts-based Research (PEEK)
Institute of Architecture, University of Applied Arts Vienna
Barbara Imhof, Daniela Mitterberger and Tiziano Derme
Damjan Minovski, Waltraut Hoheneder
For inquiries, please contact
University of Applied Arts
Vordere Zollamstrasse 7, #CoCorporeality