FIG. 4. ‘DECEPTIVE DÉTOURNEMENT’ OF THE PHYSICAL, AFTER ‘THE DÉTOURNEMENT’ OF THE ‘SOCIAL/HUMAN’ (DRAWN BY NATSUKO KANZAKI)
FIG. 4. ‘DECEPTIVE DÉTOURNEMENT’ OF THE PHYSICAL, AFTER ‘THE DÉTOURNEMENT’ OF THE ‘SOCIAL/HUMAN’ (DRAWN BY NATSUKO KANZAKI)
Lucy Siyao Liu
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Ink, colored pen, on graph paper. 297×420 mm. 2014.

In the fourth drawing, we explore how the physical is compiled by both influential (active) and influenced (passive) components. Through our evidence-based research, we look at the ways physical combinations are interconnected to form architectural spaces. On the site, specifically, we find that the combination between the door of the workers’ entrance for St. Pancras Station, the gutter, the window frame, the handrail, the sewer cover, the edge of the corner of the staff entrance, and the paving creates an interiority of urban space.

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