Three Part Projects is an exhibition of recent work by Clark Thenhaus / Endemic. Included in this exhibition are three architectural proposals developed through a triptych of form, drawing translations, and context.
exhibition: Clark THENHAUS / Endemic, “Three Part Projects.”
Monday, 02/16 – 02/27
Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning
2000 West University Avenue
Muncie, IN 47306
Included in this exhibition are three architectural proposals developed through a triptych of form, drawing translations, and context. This work revisits the anachronistic typologies of a belvedere, wishing well, and bell tower in order to offer them new expressions through a form-making palette o f spheres, cones, and cylinders. A series of drawings composed with ink, wax, dye, salt, and water are mediums for translation into landscapes of berms, labyrinths, and “bumps.” The context for these speculations landscapes of the unsuspecting American pastoral. This work has been generously supported by University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning and Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning.
Team: Katie Donahue, Nate Oppenheim, Ryan Doidge, Tyler Smith, Danielle Tellez, Alexandra Bernetich, Samantha Okolita.