Digital Etchings For The Int’l Architecture Biennale Rotterdam

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November

 

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September

Johan Voordouw and Aisha Sawatsky (professor and student of the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism respectively) have completed 12 digital etchings currently exhibited at the Rotterdam Kunsthal for IABR 2014 “Urban by Nature” biennale. Each etching contains a folly that articulates a specific weather condition. The project explores how shifts in climatic patterns will have a resultant cultural affect. Each of the twelve drawings expresses a weather condition, an activity, a different month and one of the Netherland’s twelve provinces. Therefore, the project is a reflection of the country as a whole, geographically, culturally, and with the passing of the seasons.

The final prints were produced by Mark Herschede of Haven Press Studio in Brooklyn. The digital drawings were photo-transferred onto a polymer plate and printed on 250gsm Arches Cover paper through a Takach Etching Press.

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February

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January

 

For more sketchings, click here and for more on Johan Voorduw, click here here

 

 

 

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