Drawing Narratives, Architectural Storytelling – CJ Lim ▶
Drawing narratives can be an unorthodox but extraordinary medium for architectural speculations. The eccentric characteristics of drawings by CJ Lim and his Bartlett PG Unit 10 advocate the symbiosis of critical thinking and the processes of conception and conceptualisation of design – the layered nature proves versatility in the imagination of spatial experiences, enabling the complex stories of place, brief and building to materialise. At the same time, the politicisation of architecture through storytelling engenders a sense of optimism to reappraise design futures.
For this session, CJ seeks six volunteers–each to share a finished drawing, with which CJ would use to discuss creative possibilities with the online audience.
School of Architecture and Built Environment
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment
University of Newcastle
University Drive, Callaghan NSW 2308
+61 2 4921 7383
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Collage by Rhys Muirhead of ‘movement + sound mapping drawings’ by Kira Jovanovski (in collaboration with Michael Chapman, Beth George and Emerald Wise),
& ‘Roots’, Rhys Muirhead
Biboolboorn/Yowarl studies by Beth George (graphite, charcoal, conte and plant matter on trace and drafting film), drawn in quarantine in Muckenburra, WA June 2020
Surrogate Drawing by Beth George, Michael Chapman, Kate Mullen and Pia Ednie Brown, 2019
WaterImprint by Irene Perez Lopez in collaboration with Jye Whyte, 2021