Today we’re gonna take it a little easy. We’re gonna show you a few videos from students at U Penn’s Penn Design SoA. Each video investigates how we express architectural ideas and the different mediums, and how we can create a new medium to present a more well understood and coherent architectural vision.
In which medium can we best express architectural representation? How do time, notation, and score become integrated to present an architectural project that can be more than compositional – to be processional? In Arch. 521 Visual Studies, led by Assistant Professor Simon Kim, Active Drawing became a space of inquiry or a diagrammatic interface.
“Variations on a Deadbolt”, by William Wong:
“The Instrument”, by Kordae Henry
“Variations on a Deadbolt”, by Andrew Gardner
“Video of Found Objects Gone Weird” by Alyssa Olson
All text and videos via PennDesign on Vimeo