Past, Present, Future,
paper space, ink on paper
2016 - 2018
In order for space to affect and impact the mind, we must consider the affect that architectural spaces have on how we as humans live. The visionary expressions imply communication in the space and how people in their domestic surroundings adapt to their dwelling space. When I want to spread new ideas I inscribe them on paper where spacial practices at the intersection of art and architecture, where the political and psychological overlap.
'Space' alone is seen as the boundless expanse in which all objects exist and move. To dream and leave physical reality in this paper space gives a sense of visionary optimism for the future. My focus is on the difference between the internal and external with the idea that architecture is inhibited sculpture.