Unfolding architecture

Unfolding Architecture is experienced through Gordon, a man who witnesses the city he lives in unfolding like paper. The unfolding of the buildings acts as a metaphor for the disappearance of a loved one through dementia, and the empty space that they leave behind. Unfolding Architecture is a screen-printed and letter-pressed accordion book. The book is housed in a handmade balsa wood box, which unfolds, mirroring the city in the story.

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Price: $200


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Wake Forest University, University of Utah, Vassar College Library, Virginia Commonwealth University, Yale University, University of Delaware, Rochester Institute of Technology, Florida State University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Bucknell University Bertrand Library, Penn State University, Indiana University, University of Rochester, University of Michigan, Library of Congress, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, University of Colorado (Boulder), University of Pittsburgh, Ringling School of Art & Design

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