and a sort of art-chitecure co-op effort
‘A Collective Way of Seeing' - an informal collective of designers celebrating the act of making spaces and places. Exhibition features works by:
a photographer and architectural designer with an interest in poetic construction and making spaces that both engage and delight one's senses. As a photographer, he is interested in using the camera as a device for experimenting with perspective. The photos in this exhibit illuminate temporal beauty in the messy process of constructing buildings.
a designer interested in process of architecture as an applied art. He uses architectural constructs to study objects, examine places, and manifest ideas. The exhibited drawings display the use of drafting and sketching as avenues for discovery and designing.
an artist and architect whose works have been exhibited in numerous galleries and museums, including the San Francisco Design Museum and the Mississippi Museum of Art. The exhibited images graphically abstract the American constructivist way of shaping the environment to meet our needs - re-imagining and celebrating the relics of our physical infrastructure.