Behind Lines: A Genetic Approach to Plan Drawings

Carolina Dayer (Producent)

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Genetic processes in design can create continuities that
generate unexpected outcomes. Departing from the story
of Daedalus’ labyrinth, the chora or floor plan where the
foundation for imaginative architectural beginnings originates,
this drawing project was constructed as a process
of genetic translations. The plan drawing, understood as
the Vitruvian footprint—ichnographia—of the building, is
a mark metonymically connected with the reality of architecture.
Through a process of multiple methodological
transfers and translations, the plan drawing operates
as a continuum in flux that subsequently transforms as
it becomes imprinted. The drawings of this project seek
to uncover what lies behind the lines of an architectural
idea through a series of plan drawings. Resisting the idea
of a tabula rasa, Behind Lines explores the agency of one
idea that evolves as it is perceived differently from page
to page.
Publikationsdato1 nov. 2017
PublikationsmedierMixed Media
StatusUdgivet - 1 nov. 2017
BegivenhedDrawing Millions of Plans - KADK, Copenhagen, Danmark
Varighed: 1 nov. 20173 nov. 2017


KonferenceDrawing Millions of Plans

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