Drawing IN: Bodies in Motion

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The current pandemic has brought into focus shifts in spatial paradigms from the binaries of inside-outside, home-workplace, to networks and material assemblages. It has created opportunities for new ways to connect with communities beyond the normal frameworks of the design studio, discipline and institution that would not ordinarily have been accessible. The physical space of home has begun to take on new meaning as work/life/children/family all, fold into one (place).

The interior studio space has moved into remote digital online engagement, where academics and students are located in their homes. The paradigmatic shift between institution/home and inside/outside has pushed domestic space into the forefront of architecture’s agenda. This paper uses an expanded drawing practice as a mode of enquiry to re-evaluate architectural design assumptions. It examines the presence of the computer screen in the theatre of everyday life while asking, how might the habits, structures and conventions of architectural practice change? And, what new modes of interaction can be developed?
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRemote Practices
PublisherLund Humphries
Publication statusAccepted for publication - 7 May 2021
EventRemote Practices: Architecture in Proximity - Sydney, Australia
Duration: 8 Oct 20209 Oct 2020


ConferenceRemote Practices


  • Body
  • Space
  • Drawing
  • Covid
  • Home


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