ARC 555 | Professor: Mike McKAY | Spring 2013

Constructed ambiguity exists where a reproduction of formulated intersections consolidate into one in order to create a three-dimensional space. Primarily focusing on the intersection between the original geometry that is given and its particular site, versus the components that transpire from within the new three-dimensional space, the project as a whole exercises our perception of what exists between the physical and non-physical characteristics of the given and created elements. With the implementation of projecting existing surfaces, blending orthogonal and curvilinear surfaces, and anamorphic projection, the aforementioned non-physical boundaries have both physical and spatial characteristics which, in turn, creates positive ambiguous space.