The architecture of connection will be spread out across the island of Hven. A series of pavilions and installations, ranging in scales, will tell the story of our place in the universe. This will not be a museum or institution, but a place of spiritual connection and awakening, one that engages and activates the body to imbue our senses with awe. These points form a network — a field of Leibnitzian interrelated bodies. Just like how ancient societies formed cultural images in the interconnecting of stars, imbuing qualitative characteristics into a quantitative sky, the network of installations is constellation where the sum of the whole is greater than the parts.
Matter tells space how to curve, and space tells matter how to move. There is no strict prescribed path that the visitors must undertake, instead there is just a hint, a guidance for where to go next. The user has agency and freedom, and must find their own way, their own journey, from one point to the next — and in doing so will come to reconnect with the universe through sense experience.