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Open to Re-Interpretation
EDRA42: Make No Little Plans: Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association
  • Bambi L. Yost, Iowa State University
  • Carl A. Rogers, Iowa State University
  • Jon Hunt, Iowa State University
  • Lynn Paxson, Iowa State University
  • Joseph Juhasz, University of Colorado
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Abstract
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Conference
42nd Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association
Publication Version
Published Version
Publication Date
1-1-2011
Conference Title
42nd Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association
Conference Date
May 25–28, 2011
Geolocation
(41.8781136, -87.62979819999998)
Abstract
In this interactive visual panel session, participants will be asked to reinterpret and explore places through imagery. Participants will be encouraged to interpret student drawings and models produced out of two similar but different classes. Both courses emphasize the need to interpret a place, to make a mark, and to reinterpret through drawings and models. This process of reinterpretation is cyclical, reflexive, and exploratory. Students have created work which even they did not expect.
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This abstract is from EDRA42 Chicago: Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, ed. Daniel Mittleman and Deborah A. Middleton (McLean, VA: Environmental Design Research Association, 2011). Posted with permission.

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Environmental Design Research Association
Language
en
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application/pdf
Citation Information
Bambi L. Yost, Carl A. Rogers, Jon Hunt, Lynn Paxson, et al.. "Open to Re-Interpretation" Chicago, IL, United StatesEDRA42: Make No Little Plans: Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association (2011) p. 368 - 368
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/bambi_yost/5/