Drawing is like note taking it creates an embodied dialogue between thought, hand and paper, it makes explicit the way we think and view the world from our disciplinary perspective and our human experience; it creates an active engagement between ourselves and the world. The artwork is the materialisation of an interdisciplinary discussion that used drawing as a tool and metaphor to think through a site of exchange creating an interdisciplinary space to materialise discussions. It makes reference to Brian Latour’s essay in Pandora’s Hope, Essays on the Reality of Science Studies, Circulating Reference sampling the Soil in the Amazon Forest, which asks ‘how do we pack the world into words?’ The work is investigative and suggests new interpretations of what practice based research can be when it is actualized.
|Publication status||Published - 4 Jun 2013|
|Event||Nordes 2013: Experiments in design research - The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation|
Duration: 1 Jun 2013 → …