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id caadria2013_230
authors Gün, Onur Y.
year 2013
title The Executed and the Observed in Sketches: Visual and Computational Processing for Explorative Drawings
source Open Systems: Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2013) / Singapore 15-18 May 2013, pp. 801-810
summary Drawing is expressing. The mind’s eye works with the drawing to materialize ideas via transforming them into visual abstractions. The genuine supremacy of drawing emerges from its potential to evoke, not from its ability to represent. Computers are harbingers of unprecedented and enriching drawing environments. Yet they also introduce ambivalences since they suppress drafter’s bodily and perceptual engagement with drawings. This paper aims to delineate the similarities and differences between hand drawing and (via-computer) algorithmic drawing for design. The goal is to discuss the altering role of eyes and hands in long-contrasted virtual and material environments of drawing. The outlined comparisons of algorithmic and hand sketching should encourage research for blending digital and analogue modes of sketching.  
wos WOS:000351496100083
keywords Drawing, Computation, Sketch, Algorithmic, Design, Studio, Visual, Calculation 
series CAADRIA
email oyucegun@mit.edu
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