Category Archives: Drawing

Out of Thin Air

We cannot expect to extract ideas and schemes from the student without first feeding his mind and imagination. – Bernhard Hoesli and Colin Rowe, 1954 (1) As informational networks bind us ever more tightly together, they also introduce unseen gaps

Out of Thin Air

We cannot expect to extract ideas and schemes from the student without first feeding his mind and imagination. – Bernhard Hoesli and Colin Rowe, 1954 (1) As informational networks bind us ever more tightly together, they also introduce unseen gaps

Instrumental Lines and Productive Paths

The territories of contemporary cultural production are marked by those at the extremes. On the one hand, we find a sustained fascination with celebrity and stardom; on the other is an enduring pursuit of the commonplace and/or normative. While seeking

Instrumental Lines and Productive Paths

The territories of contemporary cultural production are marked by those at the extremes. On the one hand, we find a sustained fascination with celebrity and stardom; on the other is an enduring pursuit of the commonplace and/or normative. While seeking

Knots and Nurbs: Relational Spaces in Variable Fields

Legibility of constructed space is largely based on relationships internal to a work, relationships that can be read or understood through the terms of the construct itself. Components are set in relation to one another, marking purpose and intent, shaping

Knots and Nurbs: Relational Spaces in Variable Fields

Legibility of constructed space is largely based on relationships internal to a work, relationships that can be read or understood through the terms of the construct itself. Components are set in relation to one another, marking purpose and intent, shaping