A few more examples from Instrument Five where the throw of paint is almost over, or not as articulate as some, but where the splatter coming off the drawing pieces tells different stories.
I don’t think I have posted this view of Instrument Five in action before. The throw of paint is almost spent, but the splatter on the backside of the drawing pieces is one of the clearest examples of this series, giving away the range of stories that emerge from the collision between the paint and the drawing pieces. The Paint discusses a certain occupation of the architecture that is modelled int he drawing pieces.
A few more views of Instrument Six, which is capable of floating a shadow in mid air. I would like to get back to this at some stage to tickle out its potential a little further.
A couple more that did not make it into Pamphlet Architecture 34
As you might have gathered from the recent posts, I have been going through images of the drawing instruments for an upcoming publication. So I have been posting some of the images I have dug out – not sure all of them are posted here for the first time I have posted similar ones to these (from the same session) before but don’t think the exact ones.