Time-based Drawings and Taxonomy Examples

As mentioned on Tuesday, here are some old posts about time-based drawings:

Historical examples:http://ds7.osa.digital/index.php/2015/09/23/representing-time-some-historical-examples/

Contemporary examples:http://ds7.osa.digital/index.php/2015/09/25/representing-time-some-contemporary-examples/

Also, here are some taxonomy examples:

First by a student from the first year of DS7 , Anoovab Deka, that was creating a taxonomy of factual and fictional elements on his site, Marine Park in New York: http://ds7.osa.digital/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/MAIN-TAXONOMY.pdf

Or this taxonomy of branching structures for a project by Serie Architects where they took the mature Rain Tree and abstracted it to form their eventual architecture – also interesting because its https://static.dezeen.com/uploads/2009/12/dzn_The-Tote-by-Serie-Architects-21_1000.gif

Or some of these student and artist examples:

Mapping Taxonomy by Golshid Varasteh


Catherine (DS7 2 years ago) taxonomy of pauses in Grand Central Station
Roxanne (last year DS7) taxonomy of plant-life collected from Dungeness
A taxonomy of fragments, Jake Parkin
A serialised alternative to contemporary  museum design and creation by Jake Parkin
XO, A Taxonomy of Soft Inflatable Prototypes
Shin Egashira, Slow Window, Koshirakura
Alix Biehler’s Taxonomy of Mr. Lunar’s Belongings
Hans Eijkelboom, Photo Notes
Taizo Yamamoto’s Taxonomy of the Ordinary: http://socks-studio.com/2015/05/31/taizo-yamamotos-taxonomy-of-the-ordinary/
Helen Allsopp (DS7 last year) developing a taxonomy for Prospect Cottage and how it would evolve over time – interrogating strategic decay, architectural lifecycles and objects in relation to the landscape.
Codex Seraphinianus -a classification of a fictional world
Emmanuelle Siedes – A taxonomy of the engraving process

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