We are all spatial beings, active agents in the social construction of space. This compendium serves as entry points on how our environments are constructed, perceived and experienced.
The topics share a common starting point that space and place are not fixed but rather created and re-created through the actions and meanings from various methods and interpretations. Spaces in this sense are an example of things that are both imagined and real taking form through our environments.
The understanding of space is necessary to grasp on, as we are all participants and spectators in our environment. Our experiences of the world are fundamentally recognized through the act of producing space, and as such, it is the interest and focus of this compendium.
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