Hoa Ton received a BFA in interior design from Pratt Institute.
Drawing on the concept of constant change and adaptation explored in Ceric Price’s Fun Palace, where space operates as an environment where users shape their own experience and the notion of contingency as an open of possibilities in which the junction point lead to multiples results. I am interested in the phenomenon of how the mutable density of the human inhabitation of space can contribute to how the space being changed through time. In this way, the space becomes a network that measures and record the human interaction.
The idea of the market, a public space that celebrates public exchanges, such as vendor exchange, performance, or simply transitioning from one place to another. These distinctive variables correspond to the different programs within the market. Using the model of a Farmer’s market, this site will function through a means of offering a spatial network, where one could witness the constant change of human landscape that lead to the change of density of a space. As a contingent space, it will offer the consumer an opportunity for constant exploration and discovery.