imagine the volume
270 x 350 mm
limited edition, binded by Fischlin + Strickler
The collection of drawings in this book are part of our research project Evidence of the absent. On the borderline between visible and invisible, the drawings result from an experimental exercise that explores how much we can remove or should add, while always being able to recognise the whole.
evidence of the absent - dialogues
148 x 210 mm
Series of interviews that are part of the research project ‘Evidence of the absent’, developed in residency at Kulturfolger gallery Zürich in 2019. Featuring: Emma Hoette, Pavle Stamenovic, Ravian van den Hil, Elettra Carnelli, Ramon Landolt and David Meier. Plus: interviews by Elettra Carnelli with Eugenia Carnelli, Michele Taborelli and Elif Simge Fettahoglu.
With dialogues we aim to create a more elaborate understanding together with other related disciplines and to involve a wider audience than the architectural community. In 2019 we invited six guests to react on our research project. We organised eight public events and round tables to open up the topic to a wide audience.
210 x 297 mm
The collection of drawings in this book are part of our research project Evidence of the absent, 2019.
‘Drawings on-site’ is a collection of interpretations in form of drawings, collages and ‘walking maps’ that originated through on-site explorations. They are a reaction on the subjective space of potentiality that originates through on-site architectural simulations in scale 1:1. The interpretations are based on abstractions in different categories: lines, surfaces, shadows, colors, volume. Abstraction allows us to focus on specific aspects, such as rythm, composition and proportion.
Connecting, coinciding, overlapping and colliding were the actions and criteria that we used in the first set of interpretations, to establish new relationships between the projective object and the existing context, in the borderlands between present and future. The second set of interpretations is developed without taking the existing context into account. Having no longer a connection to the original site, we can more freely explore concepts of completing, extending, compressing, cutting and adding, with a white canvas as the new surrounding.
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