A recent increase in computational literacy and extradisciplinarity has made us active participants in the flow of representational techniques — yet we continue to cheat architectural content in fear of being too literal.




Collection A︎

A01:16 Google Street View images available of my family’s multigenerational home built sometime around 1850
A02: Google CAPTCHA image, a test created not only to confirm you are human but also train AI to better understand their environment
A03: Photogrammetry point cloud model of the house from the 16 available images
A04: Point cloud variations of the house
A05: Photo Collage of the Google Street View images
A06: Photo Collage of the Google Street View images
A07: Pen plotter drawing of the house
A08: Low-res CNC painting of the point cloud
A09: High-res CNC drawing of the point cloud
A10: Physically inflated and deflated scale models of the house



Collection B︎

B01: Resolution target used to calibrate aerial photographs and videos installed in the 1950’s by the U.S. Air Force in the California desert
B02: Resolution target used to calibrate aerial photographs and videos installed in the 1950’s by the U.S. Air Force in the California desert
B03: Texture map of a scale model of the house
B04: Texture map of a scale model of the house
B05: Green and white sandwich paper
B06: Scale model surfaced with sandwich paper sitting on sandwich paper
B07: Scale model dotted with Sharpie sitting on sandwich paper
B08: Original marble statue of Augustus Primaporta from 20 B.C.
B09: Polychrome plaster recreation of Augustus Primaporta finished with its original painted colors, 2004
B10: Woodie side panel on a Ford Pinto, 1973



Collection C︎

C01: Deflated simulation of the house with png (transparent) texture map
C02: 3D images of: the Stanford Bunny, the Utah Teapot, house, and deflated house
C03: Normals map of the Google Map photo collage house
C04: Surface continuity map on inflated barn
C05: Ford’s new-car camouflage ‘3D brick’ pattern, 2016 
C06: Inflated barn and deflated house hydrodipped in green and white checker pattern
C07: Various inflated and deflated hydrodipped models
C08: Men in Black, Edgar the Bug, 1997
C09: D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson, On Growth and Form, Affine Fish Transformations, 1917
C10: Buckminster Fuller Dymaxion Map, or Fuller Projection Map, 1980
C11: Ryan prepping the green checkered hydrographic transfer film



Collection D︎

D01: Unrolled surface drawing of hydrodipped deflated house
D02: Unrolled surface drawing of hydrodipped inflated house




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