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l eroy p a tterson

m. arch


III

enclose + refract

IV

cut + mirror

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draw + expose

VIII

paint

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reflect

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thread + suspend

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cascade

XVIII weave

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enclose + refract folded watercolour

iteration VII

a module overlaps, splintering into a hierarchy of cutting and folding

III


cut + mirror polished cedar

iteration II

IV


graphite on watercolour

angled cuts create mirrored intersections, sculpting 4x4� beams into a language of reflection

V


draw + expose graphite on watercolour

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paint oil on canvas l: three dimensions unfolding into two

VIII


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reflect digital photography

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l: a flooded rooftop reveals a doubling of space and figure. r: a moonrise on pender island, british columbia, lends ideal conditions to capture images of ghosts.

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thread + suspend temporary theatrical structure

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XIII


hanging from the san francisco bay bridge using a delicate system of threads, this design plays to the anxiety of its precarious location.

XIV


iteration V

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cascade library + learning center

XVI


iteration II

thread becomes a structural skin, using colour to explain the logic of a complex support system

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weave conceptual gallery space

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this gallery space uses a language of notched modules that become tight and warped when bound with a system of thread wrappings.

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iteration IV

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the person behind the strings: me, constructing a beach fort in tsawwassen, british columbia (photo by lauren ray)



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