Building Tables

X-rays, overlays, and dense transparencies, augmented visual regimes render architecture as amalgams of simulated materials and systems. Headsets (AR/VR) increasingly supplement the section drawing as the primary means of understanding organization and analysis. To the classifications of literal and phenomenal we might add real-time transparency, the production of depth via computational vision.

Building Tables takes seeing as a compositional means. As techniques of vision are updated and amended, architectural barriers are newly exposed. In six tables, a series of conventional wall assemblies are conceived as objects for display. With Nicholas Pajerski and Hong Bae Yang

2017 - 2018