All architecture forces dimension, we revere it, and we live in it. We create it, it is where all architecture culminates; the space.
It is presented to you as a thickened paper, a thickened shadow, not as a model, allowing for complete engagement. It deals with material, perception, physical depth, touch, thickness but does not allow for much more. It is torn between the drawing experiment that fosters it, or the realities of the physicality that forces it to extrude.
Each relief was created as a way of hinting at space, form and movement. Not settling, not just yet forced into a convention. These explorations are to be both model and shadow, object and void. Interior and exterior, plan and section. Architecture always seems to be forced to make decisions, even when its not ready to do so.