Among the countless daily visual publications, systematically disseminating architectural projects, I can accuse in almost all of them, a frailty correlation between observation (as constructive empiricism) and perception (as sensorial construction).
This perfunctory environment of mass dissimulation and lubricated transmission of information disturbes me.
A positional dispositif (where one can measure the hubris of an agent inflecting the misuse of a semiotic appropriation by the end user) irremediably affecting the pedagogy of an architectural practice. It is as if both representations, of the process and of the project, are stranded in an imbalance of disciplinary values, perhaps between seeing and
This crisis affects the entente of the message and, as such,
the practices of the practice.