DRAWING OUT THE MEMORIES: CHINMAY UBBARADA

In architectural premise, the act of drawing captured my interest since it plays many roles. It becomes a thinking drawing when we are drawing to find out. Whereas Richard Leplastrier gives a new lens to see and understand drawing. He says to draw is to pull out, to draw something out, to draw meaning out of our minds. Making illustrations was a similar exercise where I was trying to draw my memories out and put them onto the parchment. This is the illustration of the Hundredhands studio, where I did my internship. I have tried representing spaces the way I had experienced them; because of which nature of drawing changes very often. The spaces of the studio are pluralistic. Some spaces are cozy, like the library and some spaces were robust like the backyard. The backyard becomes full of life when children play around, and it also becomes a place for insightful conversation during leisure.

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