Framing Impressions: Image, Drawing, and Collage
The architectural image acts towards two primary objectives; to represent what is there and to make present what is not. This differentiation between the two constitutes a frame in which what is not present can appear. Images considered as such allow for the exploration of the formal questions of place, questions that address both longing and belonging and one's belief that something can and should take place. Through photography, drawing, and collage, the project considers the nature of a room with a view in relation to the house and the field.