The pliable line is bendable, flexible, loopable; it is indeterminate. However, once the line loops upon itself, interconnected associations yield determinacy at the scale of the pattern. The pattern can be understood as a code, or set of operations, which program the path of the line—each loop representing one bit of data. The code operates between the micro and the macro or the idiosyncrasy of a loop and the totality of its formal composition. . . .
Pratt Institute’s Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design exhibition of student work has been curated, designed, and fabricated by a group of students in a course taught by Michael Szivos for the past 5 years. This year Michael along with Carrie McKnelly worked with a group of students to produce a large scale installation in the Hazel and Robert H. Siegel Gallery. The installation focuses the views of visitors along various axes through the gallery.
Hazel and Robert H. Siegel Gallery
School of Architecture, Higgins Hall
61 St. James Place
Brooklyn, NEW YORK 11238