Massachusetts Institute of Technology / School of Architecture + Planning, 2017
Group: Charlotte D'acierno + Lynced Torres
Skills: Rhino3D, Adobe Photoshop + Illustrator, Laser Cutter
Our object aims to create a figure that camouflages itself into a site that strictly restricts any alterations to the current artwork on the floor. This removable object takes into consideration the colour, terrazzo pattern, and reflection of Sol LeWitt's work in order to make itself situated in a site that does not call for or allow manipulation.
We specifically chose Sol LeWitt's Bars of Colour Within Squares as our site because it utilises anamorphosis itself, to seem like perfect squares upon a surface, when in reality, it is distorted to seem as a perfect geometry from the human perspective.
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