The new issue of “Art Style” entitlet “Atmospheres and Mood: Two Sides of the Same Phenomenon” has just been published.
The content is available here.
A symposium entitled “Neurophenomenology & Sacred Architecture. Toward an Experimental Theological Aesthetics” will be held on 23-25 March 2023 at the School of Architecture and Planning of the Catholic University of America (Washington DC).
Scholars and researchers from various disciplines will discuss the relationship between “aesthetic cognitivism” and theological aesthetics. This broad interdisciplinarity will make it possible to view and interrogate the intersection of spirituality and the built environment from first, second and third-person perspectives.
It will possible to attend online. The only requirement will be to register beforehand at email@example.com.
For more information, visit the official symposium website.
The book “Generators of architectural atmospheres” edited by Elisabetta Canepa and Bob Condia investigates the significance of the atmospheres of places analysing atmospheric generators, the relationship between architectural atmospheres and the experience of virtual reality, and the sensorial influences and visual experiences of proportional space.