Farah Sadek
Project Description

“As designers, we can use an understanding of space as a means to create places that combine experience with requirements for movement, organization and connectivity" says professor Howard Davies. The project’s aim was to construct a spatial interpretation of a 2-dimensional painting while being able to visualize, interpret and represent the space in 3-dimension. Farah chose the Burgoyne Diller - Second Theme (1938) painting because the geometrical attributes contributed to her vision of its spatial potential. Anamorphosis is an unpainted steel model where the painting is revealed in a 2D manner and at all other angles, a 3D exhibition space.

Go Back