digital modeling and photomontage . ongoing
A measured floorplan, when drawn with precision, is not necessarily accurate.
An exercise in home restoration. This work leverages family photographs, distorted memories, and perspective drawing technique to reconstruct and reimagine a childhood home across time.
There is a curiosity around the characteristics of home that have shaped us, and what a productive lens to observe and listen to these details may look like -- they are perhaps unlike the language used to communicate the design intent of built space; space that is often constructed without us in mind. Here, the floorplan as a distinct representation type is inadequate in facilitating conversations and charting the narrative of home.