ReModeling: New Ideas on the Form and Function of Architectural Models
Installation view

ReModeling: New Ideas on the Form and Function of Architectural Models

January 27 – April 18, 2004

The University Art Museum presents an exhibition of work by Leo Saul Berk, Barbara Bestor, Taft Green, and David Schafer that considers the architectural model as a form that makes us rethink the ways in which we relate to the world around us. The work included in ReModeling investigates the role of models in the process of assessment, and places value on expanding the bodily experience of space and how it differs from perceiving two-dimensional representations of space. The sculptural work of Taft Green and David Schafer reminds us that spatial perception is always a process of interpretation, while Leo Berk and Barbara Bestor create models that simulate actual experiences with an emphasis on the role of materials and environment in determining our understanding of a space or a structure.

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