Interference: the restless drawing
Citation:Hedges, S. (2012). Interference: the restless drawing. IDEA (Interior Design Educators Association) Symposium 2012 Interior: a state of becoming, Curtain University, Perth, Western Australia, Australia, 6-9 September. pp. 20-29.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2235
This paper discusses a running interference that can be created through shifting a drawing from the analogue to the digital in a series of first year student works produced in the Interior Design pathway at the Unitec Institute of Technology. The aim of the drawing practice is to not only to develop skills in analogue to digital to analogue to digital transformations but also to see each shift as an elaboration and refinement of the previous ...