Ink and pencil on paper
50 x 70 cm
The drawings show several sequences of movements in a space from the perspective of the person who is moving in it. The space represented is an architectural proposal that results from the questions: What are the key elements needed to create a space and what is needed to perceive it as such? Here Roland Burkart defines space by its boundaries (ceiling, walls and floor). In his proposal, the elements of the boundary are indicated by a single line which shows simultaneously the height and the width of the room. To reconstruct the different movement sequences, the observer has to orientate him/ herself in the created space by using that single line.