Julieta Aguilera’s Unfolding Space Cited in a New Publication on Architectural Theory
Participants: Julieta Aguilera
Julieta Aguilera, an Alumni of EVL’s MFA program, has had her thesis project cited in a recent publication by Routledge Press; From Models to Drawings: Imagination and Representation in Architecture, edited by Marco Frascari, Jonathan Hale, Bradley Starkey.
Unfolding Space, Aguilera’s thesis project, is cited in the section titled ‘Higher’ Being and ‘Higher’ Drawing: Claude Bragdon’s ‘Fourth Dimension’ and the Use of Computer Technology in Design. The text is recommended by the the publisher as “key reading for all students of architecture and architectural theory.”
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From the Publisher:
This edited collection addresses the vital role of the imagination in the critical interpretation of architectural representations. By challenging the contemporary tendency for computer-aided drawings to become mere “models” for imitation in the construction of buildings, the articles explore the broader range of methods and meanings at stake in the creation and interpretation of architectural drawings, models, images and artifacts.
These critical - and often practice-led - investigations are placed alongside a range of historical studies considering the development of representational techniques such as perspective, orthography and diagramming.
By also addressing the use of visual representation in a number of related disciplines such as visual arts, film, performance and literature, the book opens up debates in architecture to important developments in other fields.
Date: January 15, 2008 - February 15, 2008