IVS Exhibition - NON-SITE

  • In the course of an architecture practice, it is revealed that when one is simultaneously needed to navigate creative, practical and economic concerns the process inevitably focuses - tunnel like and singular, on one entity alone: The End.

    Engulfed by requirements and restrictions one might tend to overlook the importance of conceptual thought and making it as much a reality as mere form.

    These pieces are examples of Architecture limited by pragmatics, but aesthetically liberated in their purest, and most reductive, form. A portrayal of how one does not have to start with something complex to achieve complexity. Multiple layers of simplicity can lead to complexity and the realization that architecture is an art form in its own right.
  • Detail I
    16" X 24"
    Pen, Charcoal, Pastel and Marker on paper
  • Detail II
    16" X 24"
    Pen, Charcoal, Pastel and Marker on paper
  • Untitled
    16" X 24"
    Pen, Charcoal, Pastel and Marker on paper
  • Untitled
    16" X 24"
    Pen, Charcoa, Pastell and Marker on paper
  • Untitled
    16" X 24"
    Pen, Charcoal, Pastel and Marker on paper
  • Untitled
    16" X 24"
    Pen, Charcoal, Pastel and Marker on paper
  • Untitled
    16" X 24"
    Pen, Charcoal, Pastel and Marker on paper
  • Untitled
    16" X 24"
    Pen, Charcoal, Pastel and Marker on paper