The Draughtsman and the Delineator
A drawing project investigating the history of the United Nations Building in New York as an architectural symbol of the institution. The work draws from Hugh Ferriss, who performed many conceptual and visualisation drawings for the project. Ferriss remarked that we could distinguish between drawings that are 'correct' and those that are 'authentic' to the architectures they suggest, and this was the difference between operating as a draughtsman or a delineator. This triptych attempts to reform the institution by making a spatial drawing through its history and politics. 118 x 84 cm, pen, marker and collage on paper.