Avenues of Mendacity

Ink and gouache on paper
30” x 70”

The Mendacity project is a critique of the conventional method of representing and producing architecture. The apposition of elements at all scales simultaneously is presented as a temporal experience in support of Paul Valéry’s contention that, in architecture, “there are no details in execution”. Because to name something a “detail” is to name its opposite as well, and the work of architecture is more likely all details making an irreducible whole.

The Mendacity project includes 2 large drawings and several mixed media constructions.

Ken Fukushima Architecture
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