Making and Meaning

In the July and August 2004, I participated in Making and Meaning, a summer program at the Southern California Institute of Architecture. There, I fabricated a sequence of artifacts exploring the formal and material potential of three intersecting planes: a modular array of 5cm square volumes of rigid foam; a 40cm high sculpture of thin plywood; and a 1.5m high tower of cast plaster, steel rod and perforated aluminum plate.