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In my art practice, I use architectural drawing techniques like traditional perspective, anamorphosis (distortion), and axonometric projection (3D without perspective) to explore the logic and ambiguity of drawing. Using tools like squares, triangles, compass, pencil, ink, and Mylar, I create hybrid drawings and sculptural models. My work combines and deconstructs different architectural representation methods to challenge and question the mechanics of how we observe.

By deconstructing and reassembling these techniques, I create a dialogue between the precision of technical drawing and the fluidity of artistic expression. My work is a call to look beyond the surface, prompting viewers to delve into the layers of meaning embedded within our representations of space and form.  Ultimately, it challenges our assumptions and beliefs about reality implicating the viewer in the modes of observation.

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