Space-before being built-is already organised conceptually within thebuilding communty's spirit, into patterns or archetypes. These patternsemerge from collective/individual exchange of information between humansand their surrondings, through real or potential body motion (Kinesthesis).This unbuilt architecture of movement and dance patterns, while liberatedfrom obstacles such as the physical or technological sitration might pro-duce, and which in a bigger or smaller degree influence built results, is inthe same time revelating (much of) the origins and original forms, commonin all-or almost-collective expressions of the community.Subject of the poster proposed will be the connection of the thesis above, totraditional Greek dances. It will be structured as a combination of visualmaterial (photos, scetches, drawing, diagrams) theoretical commentary, informations on facts, and scientific references. Main points of the presen-tation will be the following:1) Notions on Space (perception-conception-awareness-reflection on, or-ganisation). Main references: Schulz, Moles, Lewin. 2) Lists of Oppositesstructuring Spatial Experience (Aristotle, structuralists). 3) On kinesthe-sis-collective/self image-body language (Schilder, Birdwhis-tell,Lekatsas,P.Vidal-Naquet). 4) On collective archetypes and schemata(Jurng, Eliades, Vernant, Dodds, Kakouri). 5) On collective traditional ex-pressions (Politis, Kokoules, Kakouri). 6) Geographical and topographicalparticlarities and characteristics as factors in the organisation of Time andSpace concepts. (Karavidas, Sfikas, Vernant, Wilcken, Rispen, Glotz, Thom-son). 7) The four dimensional spaces of Movement/Dance/Music (Reieri,Startou, Samir-AU, Martinou). 8) On Time organisation (circular/linear) an its reflections on spatial conceptions). (Plato, Thomson, Vidal-Nequet, Vernant-Bachtiar). 9) References to the origins an history of tra-ditional Greek dances. (Nilsson, Wllcken, Koukoules, Loukianos, Karas, Thomson, Dodds, Duvivier, Bikos, Tsatsomorios).10) Patterns of Space/Movement SoundSpace Rythm-Mesaure-Tempo-Notifications-Scales Arcitecture Movement Modes-Improvisations Sound Dance Sound Music11) Diagrams and groupings of trad. Greek dances. Relations to archetypalforms. (Startou, Vernant, Karas, Niilsson). 12) Eventual correspondencesbetween Dance and Architectural archetypes. (Prokopiou, Eliades, Bachtiav,Vernant, ,Jng). 13) Body postures-body movements-body decorations andaccesories (Polhemus, Schilder, Piaget, Kakouri, Grotowski, Dodds, Duviv-ier). 14) Dance activity-root of major artistic expressions. Theater andAgora, and their newer versions. (Lignadis, Mitropoulos). 15) Dance another expressions-including architecture-facing the contemporary bipola-rity of experience vs. Spectacle. (Debord, Virillo, Moles, Sansot, pernolia,Martinou).