an investigation of negative space
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This thesis installation project investigated negative—sites un-assigned or unoccupied of discernible activity—spaces and examined modes of re-appropriation in a re-territorialing action. A field manual (below) was designed and modeled after Thomas Guides as a re-consideration of representing architectural construction documents. Advisor: Jeffrey Inaba
diazo printed cover hand assembled with french fold pages and japanese stitch binding. 8x10"
title insert on translucent uv velum
spread 6 – 7
spread 8 – 9
spread 17 – 18
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spread 36 – 37
spread 38 – 51
spread 52 – 53
hand bound and assembled with japanese stitch