“When you stand in spaces, you stand in what is drawn; when you look at drawings, you look at created space.”
To this day the boundaries between art and architecture have been long disputed. While renowned architects such as Adolf Loos comments in one of his writings that “architecture is not art”, other architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright confront themselves and define “architecture as
the mother of art”.
Together with the architect Baharak Keshani (Tehran/Iran) and the artists Christine and Irene Hohenbüchler (Vienna/Austria), we too enter this discourse and test interfaces: When does the architectural sketch become an artistic drawing – the model becomes a sculpture? Is it “parameters” such as time, abstraction, feasibility that define boundaries or is it simply personal interpretation?