If, as scientist and philosopher Michael Polanyi states, that “we know more than we can tell,” then can we draw more than we know? What is the act of knowing through drawing? When is this moment of knowing, and how does it happen? Ultimately, even in architecture, the work itself…

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Part of the advanced studio sequence at RISD (Computing Drawing: Similarly Different Lines), this studio explores computer programming as a design medium. In this course, programming (the creation and implementation of algorithms) was applied first though computing drawing via a pen plotter, emphasizing questions of line, composition, color, and mark…

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Proposal for a RISD/Brown Dual Degree center, with a significant adjacency to the Rockefeller Library at Brown University. Rather than applying an overt form to the problem and site (Aristotle’s hylomorphic model), this project specifically emerged from contextual conditions, both physical and conceptual.   Phase 1 – Conceptual Emergence RISD +…

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Mixed media: graphite, pen, ink, charcoal, colored pencil, digital modeling, photo collage           Cartesia   Cartesia[Beginning/End]   Cartesia[Dawn]   Cartesia[Expansion]   Cartesia[Implosion]   Cartesia[Imposition]   [A Plan For]Cartesia              

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  This drawing was derived from a computational drawing that required many layers and passes through a pen plotter. During the plotting process, tape was used to mask previously plotted layers, creating an illusion of depth. Capturing the computational drawing during a point in which there were several sizes and varieties of…

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