From Room to A Brain and An Elephant

Architects-Brainelephant-hotel

 

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DISCLAIMER: This is not my work, these are images I found on the internet.

What if I changed the landscape of my drawing? I think the reason that drawing does not seem to work is because the landscape appears disfunctional and its inclusion within the room seems like an architectural cliche. So, what if I changed the space to…something functional.

I found the brain and the elephant the two places where this can happen.

The brain is an archive, as its collection of memory, which is stored contextually, by associating memories with one another.

The elephant is not an archive but it explains the idea of the way I approach the continuum, as a collection of events that I try to connect on this one drawing. The elephant comes from the story of the Blind Men and An Elephant (more info here). Also, it seems that I enjoy Duck Buildings lately…

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