Corporeal space is lived spatiality, oriented to a situation wherein the lived/living/lively body embarks on an architectural dance that actively spatializes (and temporalizes) through its movements, activities, and gestures. The body introduces patterns, intervals, duration and it continuously reconfigures its own corporeal schema in responding to and recomposing its millieu.“

Diana Cole, The Inertia of Matter and the Generativity of Flesh