Architecture, Operation, Intent, Visual Art
"The project will critique current modes of operation by a linear problem-solving design process. By acting through representation as both a vehicle for developing design and as a means of communicating and experiencing it, the project will engage the design of a tactile deployment of architecture and effective means of communicating its intent. The architecture will function in the way that the visual arts do in terms of their scale and engagement in cultural issues. Research into tangible artifacts of the site will yield a combination of image, drawing and model forms of representation. Through this analysis, a strategy of intervention will be established and provide foundations of instillation-scaled project. The project seeks to engage production by culture, rather than a discipline of site-specific problem technical solution."
Ruggerio, Patrick, "SURPASSING SPECTACLE: architectual representation & image-based society" (2012). Architecture Thesis Prep. 204.
Syracuse University School of Architecture submission
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