‘Everywhere I’ve ever lived’, A lifetime interpreted by architecture.
Showcasing a hierarchy of life events through a series of careful and reflective studies of places exhibitor Carla Novak has considered ‘home’. This collection of studies seek to approbate architectural drawing as a media for representing and testing one’s notion of ‘self’.
By installing a floor plan in the centre of the gallery, Carla had created and interactive space for guests to move about and use their imagination to envision what it would be like in the shoes of Carla. Carefully marked out and positioned, this single bed floor plan is a magnified version of what you would normally see on a typical Architects’ sketch book for a condensed bedroom. Surrounding this piece is a collection of isometric architectural drawings in fine detail.
About Carla Novak
Through her work Carla explores her interest in architectural vernacular and actively subverts the often jarred relationship between the contemporary and the nostalgic, as well as pursuing the ‘extra-ordinary’ within familiar urban contexts. Her work has won numerous awards and has been exhibited in London and across the South-East, as well as in Houston and Dallas, USA.
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