Shadow Construction:  Perception & Expectation
       
     
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Shadow Construction:  Perception & Expectation
       
     
Shadow Construction: Perception & Expectation

The project is based on a series of studies, diving into both two-dimensional and three-dimensional elements of shadow and object. The study works in the arena of ambiguity or in the arena of architecture, where both language and visual syntax play a large role. Our perception of space and depth can be developed in both three-dimensional and two-dimensional worlds, working back and forth, based off of each other. How can shadows distort our perceptions of space? What do we expect from the information that shadows give us? How is space defined and designed by shadows?

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IMG_9566.JPG
       
     
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IMG_9669 copy.jpg
       
     
Screen shot 2013-05-23 at 2.39.19 AM.png
       
     
brain sketch1.jpg
       
     
IMAG1416.jpg
       
     
IMAG1417 copy.jpg
       
     
IMAG1418.jpg
       
     
new1.jpg
       
     
real_time_11 copy.jpg
       
     
new2.jpg
       
     
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new3.jpg
       
     
2 copy.jpg