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Facing Geometry Exhibition takes drawings from the first five years of CAZA’s studio, transforming them into an interactive art installation. A self-reflexive digital experience, the installation invites viewers to engage with CAZA’s drawings and create their own variations of these spatial and geometrical experiments with their facial movements. This collaborative project explores CAZA’s connection to the process of drawing as a means to visually activate the physical environment and explore nuances in global culture through architecture and design.

The history of drawing in architecture has been about the representation of static forms. In an era beset by flux and ephemera, we are fascinated by the possibility that architectural drawing might be an active agent in the formation of our world. As we look at ourselves through drawing, we wonder what it is that we see and how might the difference we behold in the reflection inspire change in our world.