What we are interested in today is an 'action-architecture' define by a desire to act, to (inter) act. That is, to active, to generate, to produce, to express, to move, to exchange and to relate. To 'agitate' events, spaces, concepts and inertias.

To promote interactions between things, rather than interventions on them. Movements rathe than positions, Actions rather than figurations, Processes rather than occurrences.

We approach action as a generation mechanism, as a suggestion, as an alterer of stable awareness; that which is engaged in action remains in constant movement until it disappears.