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The semester began with drawing and model documentation of the projects. These produced an inquiry into the perception of an observer inhabiting the spaces. Using a pinhole camera, I photographed the models to capture the perspective space from the observer's viewpoint. A point of light enters through the small hole creating a whole world of illusion, a reflected image transforming the real into the representation of the real.
Analysis: Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona Pavilion
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Barcelona, Spain
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