Falling in Line: point-line-hatch

Falling in Line: point-line-hatch

RISD Rhode Island School of Design lecture via Skype | November 13, 2017

 

“…one is not free just to invent the lines or to treat them as purely independent phenomena. Even if lines were to be graphic, they would be an indication that in their making, there is something that precedes this making and something which has already been distorted into its own future; a future which might remain invisible to those who are not sensitive to what they are handling. … Perhaps the invisible lines are not solely abstract lines that you cannot see. They are inevitably the lines along which the future will move…”

– Daniel Libeskind, el Croquis, 13

Special thanks to Rafael Luna, PRAUD, for the kind invitation

 

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