ARCH 4509/6509
Multivalent Drawings

A large black structure painted on a bright white background.

Ihwa Choi Course Project still. Multivalent Drawings, Spring 2019

  • Instructor: Luben Dimcheff
  • Time: F 2:40–4:35 p.m.
  • Location: 157 E. Sibley Hall
  • Credits: 3
  • Territory of Investigation: Architecture and Representation

This advanced seminar in Visual Representation will explore methods of recording meaningful architectural space and its many defining aspects as those might relate to our perception and experience of it, our subjective memory, willful deletion and ultimately the ability to re-imagine it. Carefully weaving those multiple readings into a fabricated Drawing Space, a new and rich reality will emerge only to be re-examined as a generative strategy to create altogether new and architecturally opportunistic conditions.

Instructor permission required:

TBA in first class. Attendance required prerequisites ARCH 5101/5102

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